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HOW TO: Money Making Dimensional Blonde

by Maggie Mulhern | September 19, 2014
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Camille Plourde's client Jocylyn was a level 12 high lift blonde. "She still wanted to be light but a softer blonde," says Plourde of Hair in Fairfield, Conn. "I chose to not go as light with the base and paint in some highlights and two different lowlights." The result is a dimensional and money making blonde.

Here Plourde shares the HOW TO:

Step 1: Apply her root shade: Logics colorcremes 10b equal parts 10v with 20vol.

Step 2: Starting Then in the back in zig zag sections, apply the highlights and lowlights, alternating the two lowlight colors. Start with the deeper lowlight:Logics Imprints 10g Sheer equal parts 8n Sheer with 5 vol.

Step 3: On some pieces pull this lowlight all the way through and just adding lightener to ends.

Step 4: Continue to alternate with the lighter lowlight formula: Logics imprints V double sheer and N double sheer equal parts with 5vol.

Step 5: Highlights were placed as shown using L'oreal Platine Precision blended with 40 vol with an 1/8 oz of Olaplex bond multiplier.

Step 6: Process for 20 minutes.

Step 7:Rinse and apply Olaplex bond perfector for 5 minutes.  No gloss was needed.

Make sure to follow Plourde on instagram @hairbycamillegp.  Great transformations!

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