<p><strong>Formula: Mix equal parts INOA 5.4/5C and INOA 5.45/5CRv with 20-volume INOA Rich Developer until smooth and creamy.</strong></p>

Formula: Mix equal parts INOA 5.4/5C and INOA 5.45/5CRv with 20-volume INOA Rich Developer until smooth and creamy.

<p><strong>Apply the formula in triple point sections using the L&rsquo;Or&eacute;al Professionnel Balayage Technique. Separate sections with perforated plastic. Be sure to saturate each section thoroughly and evenly. Process 35 minutes.</strong></p>

Apply the formula in triple point sections using the L’Oréal Professionnel Balayage Technique. Separate sections with perforated plastic. Be sure to saturate each section thoroughly and evenly. Process 35 minutes.

<p><strong>2-Shade Balayage Ambr&eacute;<br />
In addition to combining warm and cool tones in a single formula, Laura also creates Ambr&eacute; designs with a two-shade approach, artfully placing warm and cool tones side by side.</strong></p>

2-Shade Balayage Ambré
In addition to combining warm and cool tones in a single formula, Laura also creates Ambré designs with a two-shade approach, artfully placing warm and cool tones side by side.

<p><strong>Before and after 2-Shade Balayage Ambr&eacute;</strong></p>

Before and after 2-Shade Balayage Ambré

<p><strong>Formula 1: INOA High Resist 5.15/5BRv + 20-volume INOA Rich Developer. Apply this formula to all new growth.</strong></p>

Formula 1: INOA High Resist 5.15/5BRv + 20-volume INOA Rich Developer. Apply this formula to all new growth.

<p><strong>Formula 2: INOA 7.4/7C +20-volume INOA Rich Developer.</strong></p>

Formula 2: INOA 7.4/7C +20-volume INOA Rich Developer.

<p><strong>Apply Formulas 1 and 2 to select sections, alternating shades to create a contrast between the two reflects. Process 35 minutes. &ldquo;Personalization is the key to this technique,&rdquo; says Laura.</strong></p>

Apply Formulas 1 and 2 to select sections, alternating shades to create a contrast between the two reflects. Process 35 minutes. “Personalization is the key to this technique,” says Laura.

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<p><strong>Formula: Mix equal parts INOA 5.4/5C and INOA 5.45/5CRv with 20-volume INOA Rich Developer until smooth and creamy.</strong></p>
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Formula: Mix equal parts INOA 5.4/5C and INOA 5.45/5CRv with 20-volume INOA Rich Developer until smooth and creamy.

<p><strong>Apply the formula in triple point sections using the L&rsquo;Or&eacute;al Professionnel Balayage Technique. Separate sections with perforated plastic. Be sure to saturate each section thoroughly and evenly. Process 35 minutes.</strong></p>
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Apply the formula in triple point sections using the L’Oréal Professionnel Balayage Technique. Separate sections with perforated plastic. Be sure to saturate each section thoroughly and evenly. Process 35 minutes.

<p><strong>2-Shade Balayage Ambr&eacute;<br />
In addition to combining warm and cool tones in a single formula, Laura also creates Ambr&eacute; designs with a two-shade approach, artfully placing warm and cool tones side by side.</strong></p>
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2-Shade Balayage Ambré
In addition to combining warm and cool tones in a single formula, Laura also creates Ambré designs with a two-shade approach, artfully placing warm and cool tones side by side.

<p><strong>Before and after 2-Shade Balayage Ambr&eacute;</strong></p>
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Before and after 2-Shade Balayage Ambré

<p><strong>Formula 1: INOA High Resist 5.15/5BRv + 20-volume INOA Rich Developer. Apply this formula to all new growth.</strong></p>
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Formula 1: INOA High Resist 5.15/5BRv + 20-volume INOA Rich Developer. Apply this formula to all new growth.

<p><strong>Formula 2: INOA 7.4/7C +20-volume INOA Rich Developer.</strong></p>
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Formula 2: INOA 7.4/7C +20-volume INOA Rich Developer.

<p><strong>Apply Formulas 1 and 2 to select sections, alternating shades to create a contrast between the two reflects. Process 35 minutes. &ldquo;Personalization is the key to this technique,&rdquo; says Laura.</strong></p>
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Apply Formulas 1 and 2 to select sections, alternating shades to create a contrast between the two reflects. Process 35 minutes. “Personalization is the key to this technique,” says Laura.

Are you ready for Balayage 2.0? Laura Gibson, @lgibsoncolorist, L’Oréal Professionnel Artist and SalonCentric Ambassador, is all about Balayage Ambré—bespoke color results that combine warm and cool tones. Balayage Ambré is a new L’Oréal Professionnel Balayage Method that uses INOA ammonia-free permanent hair color’s perfectly balanced cool and warm shades. Balayage Ambré can be done by combining the warm and cool tones in a single formula; by applying a warm or cool tone to the base and using a contrasting tone for the highlights, or by placing two shades—one warm, one cool—side by side. 

Here’s what New York color expert Suzie Bond relies on for every color service.

When creating Ambré, Suzie Bond, owner of Bond Beauty in New York, chooses L’Oréal Professionnel INOA, for a number of reasons. “INOA is one of the highest performing hair colors I’ve ever used,” says Suzie. “It does everything—grey coverage, highlighting, single process. Clients love it because it’s fragrance-free and ammonia-free, and the durability is incredible.”

 

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