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Subtle, Pretty Peach by Mary Cuomo

Anne Moratto | October 22, 2015 | 1:30 PM

The color in the mixing bowl looks delicious and the result on the hair is a soft, flattering peach that makes her skin glow.  This peachy keen finish is by Paul Mitchell educator- extraordinaire Mary Cuomo using Paul Mitchell InkWorks Semi-Permanent Hair Color.

"Peachy treat for my friend Kristin. Not every change needs to be shocking--subtle can be sexy!" says Cuomo.


Peach color made by mixing one bottle of White InkWorks, 1 oz. of Yellow InkWorks and 5 to 6 drops of Hot Pink InkWorks.


"I test it on a white towel to see if it is the perfect shade before applying," Cuomo says.

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