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Farouk Color How-To: Multidimensional Blonde

by Elizabeth Jakaitis | May 11, 2015

The Sophisticate embodies modern elegance and a signature style that translates on a global level. This look by Farouk Systems Artistic Director Patrick Kalle combines soft long layers with multidimensional blonde tones that make a statement in an understated way. It’s perfect for the client who is interested in exploring a fashion-conscious layered look that offers both cool and warm blonde.

FORMULA AND APPLICATION:

Natural level 6

Formula 1: 1 part SunGlitz Ash Blonde Lightener with 2 parts SunGlitz Activator 1 (20 volume)

Formula 2: 1 part SunGlitz Strawberry Blonde Lightener with 2 parts SunGlitz Activator 1 (20 volume)

1. Section out a diamond shape in the interior part of the root area. Within the shape, take a diagonal-back slice and apply Formula 1 from roots to ends.

2. Then take a diagonal-forward slice and apply Formula 2 from roots to ends. Continue alternating the formulas in fine slices, also alternating the direction of the slices. You should have 16 foils when the application is completed. Process for 20 minutes, then rinse.

Hair: Patrick Kalle
Makeup: Juliette den Ouden
Styling: Gerline Hornsveld
Photography: Richard Monsieurs

 

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