3 Brunette Head-Turners: Rich & Natural, Mocha and Creme Brûlée
MOCHA: “This is a natural level 5. For this look I used Majirel 4N and 4.8 with Majicrème Developer 20-Volume. The end result completely spiced up her look for Fall and gave her Ivory skin tone a pop! It’s just beautiful- I am obsessed with everything Mocha right now.”Photo 1 of 3
RICH AND NATURAL: “This is a natural level 6 with less than 50% white. This formula was equal parts Majirel 5.025 and 4N with Majicrème Developer 20-Volume. I smudged the color three inches down to richen her base and glossed with DIA Light 6.8 and DIActivateur Developer 9-Volume to finish the look. I love the new Majirel French Browns shades because they give a rich natural finish that is more reflective.”Photo 2 of 3
CREME BRÛLÉE: “This is a natural level 4 and is 50% white. First, I used Majirel 3N and 4.3 equal parts with Majicrème Developer 20-Volume on the regrowth. Once the base was on, I painted Majirel French Brown shade 6.025 through mid-lengths and ends on previously lightened hair to richen it up. Lastly, I glossed with DIA Light 7.8 and DIActivateur Developer 6-Volume to complete the look.”Photo 3 of 3
Salon owner and L’Oréal Professionnel Artist Jessica Todd says that her passion is to connect her clients’ inner beauty with their outer beauty. To help her do this, she uses Majirel haircolor.
Todd says Majirel was the first haircolor she became comfortable with. She especially loves it when her clients love the results and tell her about it!
Watch Jessica Todd’s Majirel Moment to see where she draws her inspiration and creativity from.