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Fantasy Land

Laurel Nelson | July 10, 2011 | 9:55 PM
Janine Jarman, Sebastian spokesperson, owner of Hairroin salon and Shear Genius 3 contestant, created this Alice in Wonderland-inspired look for MODERN. For color on her model, Jarman utilized her ‘Color Melt’ technique, “which is a melting technique I use to transition from dark to light,” she says. “This technique easily imitates a ‘surfer blonde look’ and is achieved without foils.” Jarman uses this technique on 30 percent of her clients, and while she is going a bit more dramatic for this look, she normally stays within three levels on most clients.
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Hair: Janine Jarman Photography: Roberto Ligresti Make-up: David Maderich (davidmaderich.com) Fashionstyling: Sharice Massehians Products/tools: Brush: Denman and Mason Pearson, classic mixed bristle Blower: Super Solano Color: All by Wella Irons: Babyliss, Hai Ceramic Convertible Flat Iron, Hot Tools ½-inch curling iron Stylers: All by Sebastian. Shine Define, Volupt Spray, Re-Shaper Hairspray, Mousse Forte, Style Elixir Nail color: OPI Lip color and foundation: Mirabella
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1. Section the hair in standard color sectioning. Apply to the half closest to root: equal parts Koleston 55/44 and 44/65 with 20-volume developer to make a Level 4 ½ vibrant copper red.
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2. Backcomb the hair from the color into the rest of section.
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3. Apply 77/43 with 10-volume to mid shaft (makes a vibrant copper).
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4. Apply Blondor Cream Bleach from mid to ends with 10-volume developer, overlapping a little.
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5. Process for 20–30 minutes.
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6. Tone with Color Touch Relights (deposit only demi) Equal parts /34 and /03 (To make an electric gold). Tone at bowl for five minutes.
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7. Blow out the hair using ½-inch vertical sections.
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8. Polish with an iron in 1-inch horizontal sections.
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9. Using a medium curling iron, take 1-inch horizontal sections and wrap as shown.
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10. Place the curls in invisible rollers and cool.
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11. Undo invisible rollers. Have client lean over and finger rake the hair.
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12. Pull out 1-inch sections and back comb the root.
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13. Shape the hair as desired.
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