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How-To: Summer Sandy Bronze Haircolor

Sarah Mazur | June 10, 2015 | 1:08 PM
Beautiful Sandy Bronze by Nicoletta Whitaker

Everyone has clients they want to take from blah to a beautiful, especially in spring and summer. Nicoletta Whitaker, artistic director at Aurelio Salon in Howell, NJ, offers MODERN a how-to for this sandy bronze haircolor starting with a natural level 6 base color with old highlights.

The Formula:

  • Goldwell Oxycur Platin with 6% lotion
  • Topchic 6B (15 ml) and RB (20 ml) with 6% Lotion
  • Goldwell Colorance 10 BB (10 ml) with 6RB (5 ml) with Blue Processing Lotion 

 

Get the steps to this sandy bronze:

STEP 1: To brighten, paint brighter pieces throughout the hair using Goldwell Oxycur Platin with 6% Lotion.

STEP 2: Apply Goldwell Topchic 15 ml 6B and 20 ml 6RB with 6% lotion in between the painted pieces to brighten the base color.

STEP 3: After processing, apply a glaze of Goldwell Colorance 10 ml 10BB 5 ml 8G with 30 ml Blue Processing Lotion to achieve a sandy bronze.

 

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