In The Mix: Multi-Color Formula from Vitalitys

by Victoria Wurdinger | October 31, 2017

This Vitality’s design echoes the ’80s, featuring dynamic lines, structured and original color combinations and a personalized aesthetic.

Formula & Application:
Natural level 5

Formula 1: 20 g Deco Soft with 20-volume developer (1:3)
Formula 2: 50 g Art Absolute 44/00 with Art Performer 20-volume developer (1:1.5)
Formula 3: 20 g Tone Red with Tone Activator 13-volume developer (1:2)
Formula 4: 20 g Tone Violet with Tone Activator 13-volume developer (1:2)
Formula 5: 20 g Tone Green with Tone Activator 13-volume developer (1:2)
Formula 6: 20 g Tone Blue with Tone Activator 13-volume developer (1:2)

1. Create a parting on the top of the head, leaving a gap of about 1 cm from hairline. Apply Formula 1 to the isolated hair and separate from the rest of the hair.
2. Immediately after the application, apply Formula 2 to the rest of the hair. Process 30 minutes, rinse and neutralize.
3. For the front panels, create eight longitudinal sections on the pre-lightened hair. Tone by artfully alternating Formulas 3-6 in foils. Process 20 minutes, rinse and neutralize.

Hair: Vitality’s Team
Photographer: Fabio Leidi
Makeup: Sara Busan and Elisa Ferranti

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