Hair Color Trends

Color Correction: From Green and Fried to Pixie Perfect

Alison Alhamed | October 30, 2015 | 7:43 AM
Photo 1 of 4
Photo 2 of 4
Photo 3 of 4
Photo 4 of 4

Redken Certified Colorist and PureArtist Toni Fountain, who works at Indulgence, The Salon, of Lakewood, California, had a tough challenge at hand when her client walked in the door and requested a major change. One look at her "before" picture and it's clear--change was certainly in order! (Let's save the fried greens for tomatoes!).
Here's her process for fixing up her client!
Formula 1: 30-volume developer with Redken Blonde Dimensions lightener
Formula 2: Redken Chromatics 4VR and 15V
Formula 3: Equal parts Redken Shades EQ 06WG and 06AA
Formula 4: Redken Shades EQ 1.25 oz of 03RV + .25 oz of violet kicker + .5 oz Clear

Step 1: Apply Formula 1 to zones two and three, and follow with a Redken Chemistry Extreme conditioning treatment.

Step 2: At zone 1, apply Formula 2.

Step 3: As a filler, apply Formula 3 to the pre-lightened hair.

Step 4: As a final glaze, apply Formula 4 to the full head.

Facebook Comments

More from Hair Color Trends

Hair Color Trends
Hair Color Trends

From Foiled and Damaged To Luscious Red

Maggie Mulhern | October 1, 2017

"This client had been doing full foils for years, and her hair showed it," says Tiffinie Morton (@hairbytiffinie). "We had been working on getting her hair healthier and decided to try something new. She initially wanted to go to a warm level 5 but I talked her into trying this to ease her into being darker since she had been blonde for so long." Details here.

Hair Color Trends
Hair Color Trends

The "Let's Do It" Makeover

Maggie Mulhern | September 22, 2017

"This was her first time in my chair," says Rachael Monahan (@Rachael_Monahan) of Jyl Craven Hair Design, Canton, Georgia. "She decided she needed a big change to find her herself a romance! She said 'Make it short, sexy, and all one color!' I said 'LET'S DO IT!'" Details for the makeover here.

Load More