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"Fiery Slate" Formula Using New Igora Royal Opulescence

Anne Moratto | April 20, 2017 | 9:25 AM
Emmanuel Ramirez (@emmanuelkuthaus)  of Kut Haus Salon 

The new Igora Royal Opulescence colors are six shimmering shades inspired by the pigments used by Renaissance painters and dressmakers. The colors encourage exploration and artistry. 

Emmanuel Ramirez (@emmanuelkuthaus)  of Kut Haus Salon in Claremont, CA worked with these new shades, hand painting his canvas to create a "Royal Fiery Slate" finish. 

TECHNIQUE: Balayage to create a dimensional tone.

STEP ONE: Pre-lighten midshaft to a level 6 and mid to ends to a level 7 using Schwarzkopf Blondme.

STEP TWO: Shadow roots with Igora Royal Opulescence 3-19/5-67 equal part &10vol.

                     Midshaft Igora Royal Opulescence 5-67 & 20vol.  

                     Ends Igora Royal Opulescence 6-78 and 20vol

Emmanuel Ramirez (@emmanuelkuthaus)  of Kut Haus Salon 

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