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New Color Trend: All Around The World

Maggie Mulhern | December 3, 2014 | 10:02 AM

 

 

Dominique DeFrancesco, Colorist from De La Mer Salon (Bellmore, NY), created an add on color technique for single process services that allows stylists to upgrade their tickets, and allows their guests to have a change without spending a full day at the salon. It’s called All Around the World and it takes minimal application time.

 

“I think it is really important to always have a plan for your guests when they come in, especially when there is a seasonal change,” explains DeFrancesco.  The All Around the World technique is designed to explore the guest’s canvas and travel around the interior with a quick foil placement.  It is versatile enough for any guest with short to long hair and can be added on to a single process service.

 

All Around the World (as shown on this model):

  • Tint back base roots to ends with Goldwell Topchic 5NN=4BP 20 volume lotion.
  • Highlight interior highlights with 1 scoop of Goldwell Silk Lift Strong and Developer 20 volume.
  • Overlay highlights with Goldwell Elumen [email protected] 20mls [email protected] 4mls.

 

“In 15 minutes, I was able to add on to the single process service creating a brand new look,” adds DeFrancesco.

Patrick McIvor is Artistic & TechniCulture Director for Goldwell and KMS California, an advocate of add-on services adds “If you are interested in growing your color business, think about add on services that take minimal application time and crate an impact to the prescheduled color service.”

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