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FORMULA HOW-TO: Honey Wheat Blonde

Lauren Quick | April 8, 2014 | 8:03 AM
The blonde is softer and blended for depth and dimension.

Highlights higher in the front to give a more natural, sun-kissed effect.
Highlights higher in the front to give a more natural, sun-kissed effect.
J. Gordon Designs stylist Chelsea Vowell crafted a warm, rich honey blonde to take her client lighter. She shares her formula secrets with MODERN so that you can recreate the color!


Here's what you'll need:
(A) Redken Color Fusion Extra Life-Violet with double 40 volume
(B) Wella Blondor with 20 volume
(C) Redken Shades EQ 9GB

STEP 1: Use Redken Color Fusion (A) in foils around the face; do fine weaves.

STEP 2: Do back-to-back weaves all over the head with Wella Blondor (B).

STEP 3: Back-comb the bleach foils and vary how high you paint.

STEP 4: Process.

STEP 5: Tone everything with Redken Shades EQ (C).

Vowell used Kerastase Elixir Ultime The Imperial and Nectar Thermique as products for styling.

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