BEFORE & AFTER: Fiery Sunset Hair Color Transformation by Kenra

Lauren Salapatek | November 3, 2014 | 10:14 AM
Photo By Kenra Professional

Give your clients a fresh new look this winter with Kenra Smooth and Kenra Color. Kenra Professional Technical Educator Mirella Hullum’s client wanted a complete transformation from her grown-out blonde color. Mirella not only wanted to change up her client’s color, but also give life back to her frizzy waves with the Kenra Smooth service in order to reduce 99% of her curl and frizz. 

After performing the Kenra Smooth service, Mirella used the Fiery Sunset technique from Kenra Color’s Fall/Winter Artistic Collection: Horizons At Dusk to bring out the client’s fun-loving personality.  

Give your clients a complete transformation with the customizable step-by-step below.


STEP 1:  Perform the 7 steps to Kenra Smooth.

STEP 2: Pre-pigment formulation: 1 ½ oz. Red Pre-pigment + ½ oz. Copper Pre-pigment + 2 oz. Water. Apply Pre-pigment formulation to client’s blonde hair. Process for 10 minutes and towel blot product off the hair.

STEP 3:  Fiery Sunset Application: Follow the Fiery Sunset application guide below. You can also access the guide here:


Kenra Color Permanent Color

Foundation: 1 oz. 4RR + 1 oz. 20 Volume Developer

Anchor:  ½ oz. 5R + ½ oz. Red Booster + 1 oz. 30 Volume Developer

Accent 1: 1 oz.  7R + 1 oz. 40 Volume Developer

Accent 2: 1 oz. 8C + 1 oz. 10 Volume Developer

Accent 3: ½ oz. 8C + ½ oz. Copper Booster + 1 oz. 40 Volume Developer

STEP 4:  Shampoo your client with Kenra Smooth Anti-Frizz Shampoo and Conditioner, style as desired.


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