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HOW-TO: Asymmetrical Red Pixie by Amanda Wright

Lauren Quick | February 14, 2014 | 2:24 PM

HOW-TO: Asymmetrical Red Pixie by Amanda WrightAfter a social media explosion (more than 100 repins and likes isn't anything to sneeze at) regarding Amanda Wright's #redhairdressers submission, we knew we had to get in touch with her for details on the formula and styling. 

Wright says the cut is a grown-out asymmetrical pixie. "We kept the left side very short with some softness around the face," Wright says. "In the back, it looks more like an a-line bob. There are a lot of layers."

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COLOR FORMULA

Wright says she had "exisiting peek-a-boo highlights, so that created some dimension."

STEP 1: Color cleanse, then use L'Oréal Professionel INOA in a 5.60 on the new growth. 

STEP 2: For mid-shaft and ends, use 5.60 in L'Oréal Professionel DIA Richesse.

STYLING

STEP 1: Use Kevin Murphy Body Builder and a round brush to blow dry. 

STEP 2: Finish with Kevin Murphy Young Again leave-in treatment oil and Kevin Murphy Session Spray.

 

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