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Golden to Ash Blonde Base, Accented with Teal

Anne Moratto | August 23, 2015 | 5:05 PM

Joanna Claire (@XJCHX) really took it up a notch with this terrific transformation. 


TIGI ©opyrightcolour True Light White lightener with 20 volume for the highlights, a 1/4 oz each of 8/0 and 6/3 glosses with 8.5 volume for the lowlights and Rusk Deep Shine Direct in Teal.


STEP ONE: I gave her an undercut style.

STEP TWO: Starting with a herringbone pattern in front and went back to her crown , I used a pattern of high/low/teal/high and every once in a while I would just throw in a highlight where I felt it was needed. She had a golden base at the root and we were trying to achieve an ash blonde.

STEP TJHREE: For the foils with the teal in them, I put lightener at the root to break up the gold root and feathered the lightener and teal together, and tri folded them. Left everything on for about 20 minutes at room temperature. After rinsing, I toned everything with a 1/2 oz of 9/21 and 1/4 oz of /00 clear gloss and 8.5 volume to seal and kick out any residual gold tones.

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