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Peek-a-Boo Teal Color Formula from AGEbeautiful

Victoria Wurdinger | April 26, 2017 | 9:22 AM
Zotos AGEbeautiful Permanent Hair Color.

Teal is a sexy way to add a blast of blue-green to hair. In AGEbeautiful’s new Seaside Allure collection, it is created with an extremely versatile technique that can be reworked, remixed and revamped for any hair type or color.

FORMULA AND APPLICATION: 
Natural level 6, previously lightened to level 10
Formula 1: AGEbeautiful Permanent Hair Color, 2 oz 5BG with 2 oz AGEbeautiful 10-volume developer
1. Start by gathering the hair into a high ponytail on top of the head. Then pull a few random pieces from it and clip away the upper portion, leaving about 2 inches of the face-framing and nape-perimeter bottom sections free.
2. Using either an applicator bottle or a bowl and brush, apply Formula 1 from base to ends on the bottom section. Isolate the bottom section from the top with foil.
3. Then use the formula in a few sliced and woven foils, placed to blend the bottom section into the top. Process 30 minutes. Then rinse, shampoo and condition.

CREDITS:
Color: Mike Petrizzi, AGEbeautiful artistic director
Styling: Bruce Domizio
Photographer: Eddie Berman
Makeup: Lynda Esparza

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