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Double Shaded Brown by Goldwell

Rosanne Ullman | August 8, 2014 | 9:32 AM

“Instead of light on dark, this is a rich deep on medium,” says Goldwell Global Master John Simpson, director of Goldwell’s North American Artistic Team. Achieve the luxury and interior shadows by staying within the same tonal family but with a 2-level difference for the interior panels. Simpson uses Goldwell Stay Cool Brunettes (BA) = beige/brown ash series, saturating the mid-lengths and ends with the deeper shade and creating seamless diffusion from the scalp.

Excerpted from MODERN SALON HOLIDAY 2014, an exclusive custom edition with CosmoProf and Armstrong McCall to help salon pros plan and grow holiday business. See the complete digital edition at modernsalon.com/holiday.

Double Shaded Brown by Goldwell

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