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COLOR CORRECTION: Getting Rid Of The Dramatic Line Of Demarcation

Maggie Mulhern | August 11, 2017 | 5:22 AM

Jannet Arce-Guerra (@evil_hairdoer29) of Supercuts, San Diego CA, says "This client came to me back in May 2017. She was blonde for years and had been growing her hair out for months. She was moving to Las Vegas and decided she wanted a new look. Before sitting in my chair she had previously gone to a different salon to blend her natural hair color to her lighter ends, and ended up with the before pictures. Her words, to me, were 'I just don't want to see a line'. After looking at her hair I knew I had my hands full."

Here Arce-Guerra shares the details for this transformation that she shared with us on Facebook:

Step 1: Using Enjoy Lightener with 20 volume developer, apply in a combination of micro-weave and balayage.

Step 2: While processing, lowlight using Paul Mitchell PM The Color 5N with 20 volume developer.

Step 3: Process approximately 45 minutes.

Step 4: Tone using Redken Shades EQ 08GI for 5 - 8 minutes.


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