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WEAR IT TWO WAYS! Assymetric Color Using Pravana Vivids

Lauren Salapatek | July 25, 2014 | 12:41 PM

Felix Jimenez (Instagram's @scissor_boy8010) created this one-of-a-kind assymetric color for one of his recent clients. Depending on how you style the hair, this blazing blue can be worn on top of the hair for a shock effect or subtly underneath. Just add a little hairspray to set the hair either way!

Here, Jimenez shows us how he created this creative color on this natural Level 3 hair:

STEP 1: Section diagonal and vertical panels from the front, back and side.

STEP 2: Leave a Level 3 diamond section as a veil on the crown area.

STEP 3: Lift the diagonal and vertical sections to a Level 10 pale yellow using Joico Cream Lightener and 1/2 oz of Scruples Blazing Lights Blue Oil with 40 volume.

STEP 4: For the color formula, mix 1/2 oz of Pravana Vivids in Blue, and "3 pea-size" drops of Pravana's Vivids in Violet. Also add 4 oz of Joico Moisturizing Conditioner.

STEP 5: Let the hair process for 10 minutes under a dryer and 20 minutes room temperature for a total of 30 minutes.

STEP 6: Shampoo and condition hair. Then style how you would like!

WEAR IT TWO WAYS! Assymetric Color Using Pravana Vivids

WEAR IT TWO WAYS! Assymetric Color Using Pravana Vivids

WEAR IT TWO WAYS! Assymetric Color Using Pravana Vivids

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