INOA transformation by Amit Abraham and Suzie Bond
July 10, 2011|10:29 PM
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Amit Abraham and Suzie Bond collaborated to create this gorgeous shade with L’Oréal Professionnel’s new INOA color line.
Color: L’Oréal Professionne’s INOA
Shampoo and conditioner: L’Oréal
Color Styling products: Fixatif, Lift Extreme
(foam), Freezing Mist, Infinium, all L’Oréal
Professionnel Texture Expert
Lip plumper: Your Name Cosmetics
Faux lashes: Jane Iredale
Curling iron: Hot Tools
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Apply color to the mid lengths in 1/2-inch sections using INOA 5.3 with 20 volume.
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Return to the root and apply the remainder of the same mixture, laying hair flat to scalp.
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Process for 30 minutes at room temperature.
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Dry emulsify for the remaining five minutes of processing time for a total of 35 minutes processing.
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Wet emulsify and then rinse until the water runs clear. Shampoo twice with INOA Post Shampoo followed by a Color Power Dose Treatment.
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