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Ombre Evolution: L'oreal Professionnel's Spring Twist

Alison Alhamed | March 28, 2013 | 12:28 PM
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SOPHISTICATED | Natural Level: 6 Formula: 60g INOA 7.23/7VG + 60g INOA ODS2 20-volume Rich developer for the base; and 7 oz. ammonia-free Platinium + 30-volume Nutri-developer for the accent color
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POP | Natural Level: 3 Formula: 60g INOA ODS2 3.15/3BRv + 60g 20-volume Rich developer for the base; and 60g INOA ODS2 5.52/5RvV + 60g 30-volume Rich developer for the accent color
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COOL | Natural Level: 5 Formula: 60g INOA ODS2 6.52/8RV + 60g INOA ODS2 20-volume Rich developer for the base; and 60g INOA ODS2 8.13/9BG + 60g 30-volume Rich developer for the accent color
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Hair: James Pecis
Color: Nathan Walker
Photography: Sarah Palmer
Make-up: Jurgen Braun
Fashion stying: Véronique Didry

This month MODERN SALON is all about celebrating color trends, but updating those techniques with a spring twist. In L’Oréal Professionnel’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection, Ombre Nature, it’s all about natural, subtle and chic color, modernizing the ombre result to make it more wearable for more women.

Ombré Nature is more than a technique, says the L’Oréal Professionnel team, it's a color philosophy with endless possibilities for personalization and customization. Inspired by shapes and natural fl ow of veins in leaves, it offers unexpected yet natural color placement. Ombré highlights, used with harmonious global color, gives a more subtle, sophisticated ombré result. Here, three interpretations of the trend are featured: Sophisticated, Cool and Pop.

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