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TRANSFORMATION: Faded Red To The Perfect Sombre

Maggie Mulhern | June 17, 2015 | 7:09 AM
SESSION ONE
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SESSION TWO
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BEFORE, SESSION ONE AND SESSION TWO
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THE FINISHED RESULT
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Amanda LoCastro (@HairByAmanduhh) of DiRosa Haircare, Franklin Square, NY, has done it again, with another breathtaking transformation. We love this blonding journey and had to know more.

Here she shares the HOW TO:

Prior history: "The client came to me at session 1 (4 months ago) with 2 inch roots (natural level 6/7) and red hair that she had been coloring red for over a year. The goal was to eventually go blonde. Patience is key!"

SESSION 1 (4 months ago):
Formula A: Goldwell 40ml 10vol 40ml 6mb
Formula B: 1 scoop Goldwell Silk Lift 35 ml 40vol + Olaplex
Formula C: 60ml Colorance lotion 15 ml 7bg 15 ml 8sb

STEP 1: Feather formula A into the regrowth and over the first 4 inches of red.

STEP 2: Take diagonal partings and apply balayage highlights using formula B.

STEP 3: While processing, go in between the foils with formula A, covering the remainder of the red. Process for 30 minutes. Rinse.

STEP 4: Apply formula C from roots to ends and process for 15 minutes. Rinse.

STEP 5: Apply Olaplex Step 2 for 10 minutes. Shampoo, condition & style.

SESSION 2:
Formula A: 1 scoop Goldwell Silk Lift + 35 ml 40vol + Olaplex
Formula B: 30ml 10vol 15 ml 6mb 15ml 6n
Formula C: 60ml Colorance lotion 25ml 8n 5ml 8sb

STEP 1: Balayage the hair using formula A and B. Alternate sections to add depth and cover remaining warmth with formula B. Process for 30 minutes. Rinse.

STEP 2: Apply formula C from roots to ends for 15 minutes.

STEP 3: Apply Olaplex step 2 for 10 minutes. Shampoo, condition, style.

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