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Carmen Schneider: Heat-Styled Wave

Alicia Liotta | July 10, 2011 | 6:14 PM

You don’t have to completely re-invent their looks to give a brilliant boost that’s just the right amount of change.

Belson Products Artistic Team member Carmen Schneider’s motto is “build on and enhance what your clients already bring and help them explore their potential with new ideas and possibilities.” Here, Schneider added rich cherrywood highlights to enhance model Renee’s Level-4 hair. Then, Schneider broke Renee out of her straight habit by creating three looks based on wave and achieved with sophisticated, yet simple heat-styling techniques.

COLOR
Formula 1: Goldwell Oxycur Bleach with TopChic Lotion per the manufacturer’s instructions
Formula 2: Goldwell Ellumen 1 oz RR-1, 1/2-oz BR6 and 1/2-oz NB4 and
Formula 3: Goldwell Topchic Color 2A Blue Black with 10 volume

TOOLS
Mega Hot Brazilian Heat Dryer; Brazilian Curl Tourmaline Ceramic Iron; Brazilian Straight 1” Tourmaline Ceramic Iron; all by Mega Hot

PRODUCTS
Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner; Fixxe Volume Mousse; Shine Polishing Spray; Uphold Aerosol; all by Thermafuse.

Hair: Carmen Schneider for Belson Products Artistic Team
Photography: Steven Barston/www.stevenbarston.com
Make-up: Noel Nichols/www.noelnichols.com
Photostyling: Sharice Massehians
Model: Renee Kuwata/CESD

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