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Red Hot INOA

Laurel Nelson | July 10, 2011 | 10:23 PM
Red Hot INOA L’Oréal Professionnel’s Portfolio Artists Suzie Bond and Amit Abraham got creative with the new INOA color line for rich, shiny results in sizzling scarlett.
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Hair: Suzie Bond, L’Oréal Professionnel Portfolio Artist and owner of Perfect 5th Salon in Mooresville, North Carolina, and Amit Abraham, L’Oréal Professionnel Portfolio Artist Photographer: Roberto Ligresti Make-up: David Maderich, Fashion styling: David Widjaja PRODUCTS Shampoo and conditioner: Vitamino Color LP Texture Expert styling products: Fixatif, Lift Extreme (foam), Freezing Mist, Infinium Lip plumper:Your Name Cosmetics Nail color: CHI Nails Faux lashes: Jane Iredale Curling iron: Hot Tools Brushes: Denman Eyeliner: Novalash Eyeshadow: TIGI Bedhead Foundation: Mirabella
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1. Begin by mixing the regrowth color: INOA 5.56 (red violet) with 20 volume developer.
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2. Using an applicator brush in 1/8-inch sections, apply color to the regrowth throughout the hair beginning with the bottom of each section of a four-part section.
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3. While processing, pull out slices and place on foil. Apply the same formula within the foils.
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4. Go between the foils and apply INOA 6.46 (copper red) with 20 volume developer.
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5. Foils are placed as shown. Process for 30 minutes at room temperature. Dry emulsify for three to five minutes followed with wet emulsification and two INOA Post Shampoos. Complete with a Color Power Dose.
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