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HOW TO Create A Perfect "Echo" Finish by Mark Debolt

Maggie Mulhern | June 4, 2013 | 9:15 AM
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Mark Debolt's "Echo" finish was one of the most exciting looks seen on the Wella stage at Premiere 2013.

"We are sharing Wella's Tremd Vision for 2013," he told Modern. "It's clean and sleek and all about 90's punk culture."

For the color placement, Debolt says, "Its so important to think about the line of the haircut and the distrubution of hair. For this, I took a large triangle, pre lightened and then colored with a bold, graphic emerald shade, that is soft and shear."

Debolt shares the formula using Pure Tone Color Additives and Koleston Perfect, all diluted with Wella Pastel Developer: equal parts 0/28 mixed with 0/33 all blended with 10 parts Pastel developer. Adds Debolt: "Diluting with low peroxide creates space lighteness and vibrancy."

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