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Get the Formula: Julia Louis-Dryfus' Rich, All-Over Color

Lauren Quick | February 22, 2016 | 8:45 AM
Photo By Instagram @karenkawahara

Redken Celebrity Colorist Tracey Cunningham wants you to help your clients switch up their haircolor for spring and summer—just as they do with their wardrobes and makeup. 

For 2016, Cunningham predicts brunettes will take the leap to blonde, lightened ends will brighten up complexions and rich, all-over color is the answer to all the current highlighting trends.

When looking at the flip side of the plethora of current highlighting trends, Cunningham cites Veep star Julia Louis-Dryfus as a perfect example.

"In a world where highlights have taken hold, there is something so refreshing and elegant about having rich, all-over color like Julia Louis-Dreyfus," Cunningham says. "It makes a statement! I use Redken’s new Chromatics Ultra Rich shades to create a cool, monochromatic look that delivers incredible shine while also fortifying the hair and disguising grey hairs."

Get the color: Julia Louis-Dryfus' rich, all-over color

Natural level 5, light brown

Highlight formula
2 oz. Chromatics Clear
2 oz. 30 vol. Chromatics Oil in Cream Developer

Base formula - Hairline
3/4 oz. 7NN (7.0) Chromatics Ultra Rich
3/4 oz. 6NN (6.0) Chromatics Ultra Rich
1/2 oz. 6NA (6.01) Chromatics Ultra Rich
2 oz. 20 vol. Chromatics Oil in Cream Developer

Base formula - Zone 1
1/2 oz. 6NN (6.0) Chromatics Ultra Rich
1/2 oz. 6Ab (6.1) Chromatics Ultra Rich
1/2 oz. 5NN (5.0) Chromatics Ultra Rich
1/2 oz. 5NA (5.01) Chromatics Ultra Rich
2 oz. 10 vol. Chromatics Oil in Cream Developer

Base formula - Zone 2-3
1 oz. 6Ab (6.1) Chromatics Ultra Rich
2 oz. 30 vol. Chromatics Oil in Cream Developer

Glaze formula
3/4 oz. 08N Shades EQ Gloss
3/4 oz. 09B Sterling Shades EQ Gloss
1/2 oz. 000 Crystal Clear Shades EQ Gloss
2 oz. Shades EQ Processing Solution
 

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