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FORMULAS: Rose Gold, Peach, Rose Chocolate & Strawberry Blonde

Lauren Quick | April 4, 2014 | 7:25 AM

Stylists and colorists at Jose Luis Salon in Austin, Texas, say rose gold is the hue-of-the-moment for 2014. Theresa Przybyla, creative director for the salon, shares rose gold, peach, rose chocolate and strawberry blonde formulas to keep you and your clients on-trend.

Sienna Miller, P!nk, Lauren Conrad, Katy Perry and Rachel McAdams are just a few of the celebs who have sported rosy locks, and Jose Luis Salon stylists think they'll see this shade being requested more in salons nationwide.

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FORMULAS: Rose Gold, Peach, Rose Chocolate & Strawberry BlondeFORMULAS: Rose Gold, Peach, Rose Chocolate & Strawberry Blonde

ROSE GOLD
Cut and color by Theresa Przybyla.

Lighten hair with Wella Blondor Soft Blonde and 20vol
Wella Illumina color equal parts 10/05 and 8/05 with an additional 4 inches of 9/43 and 6vol

PEACH
Cut and color by Beau Clements.

Lighten hair with Wella Blondor and 20vol
Wella Illumina color (3/4) 9/7 + (1/4) 9/60 + 1/2 inch of /65 special mix and 6vol

FORMULAS: Rose Gold, Peach, Rose Chocolate & Strawberry BlondeFORMULAS: Rose Gold, Peach, Rose Chocolate & Strawberry Blonde

ROSE CHOCOLATE
Cut and color by Erica Janes.
*Hair had grown-out highlights.

Wella Illumina color balayage large pieces of 5/81 and 6vol
Follow with an all-over glaze of 7/ and 6vol

STRAWBERRY BLONDE
Cut and color by Roy Pulido, assisted by Ashley Wilson
*On previously highlighted hair

Wella Illumina color equal parts 9/43 and 8/05 and 6 vol

 

 

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