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From a Natural Level 3 to this ColorByGeo with Formula

Anne Moratto | December 17, 2014 | 4:15 PM

The curls, the color all combine into a look to love.   Keune Hair Color Educator George Alderete (@colorbygeo) shared this beautiful color finish plus the formula PLUS visuals on Instagram.

Starting at a Natural Level 3

Touch up section 1

Tinta Color: 4.45 medium copper mahogany brown with 20 volume

Refreshed remaining lengths and ends with Keune semi-color: 4.46 15 gr = 7.46 15 gr + 60 gr of Red Activator 

Touch up section 2

Tinta Color 6.46 dark copper red blonde = 6.38 dark hazel blonde with 20 volume

Refreshed remaining lengths and ends with Keune semi-color: 7.44 10 gr + 20 gr Red Activator

 

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