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HOW-TO: Face Framing Color For the Client Who is Scared of Aging

September 25, 2017 | 1:01 PM
FInished look
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STEP 1: Starting at the parting, take the face framing section and clip it (= section B) from the global color area (= section A). The depth of the section B depends upon the required final result.
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STEP 2: Apply color 1(a) to the roots of section A.
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STEP 3: Apply color 2(a) to the roots of section B.
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STEP 4: Apply color 1(b) to the mid-lengths and ends of section A.
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STEP 5: Work color 2(b) through the mid-lengths and ends of section B. Leave to process according to the instructions for use.
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Face framing is an easy yet very versatile technique to create a sophisticated play of shades and the most flattering looks. As part of Schwarzkopf Professional’s Age Defying Service, IGORA ROYAL ABSOLUTES, this look, using face framing and for covering white hair, is meant for the client who wants to look as young as possible and is scared of aging. She's ready to invest in a perfect look!

COLOR 1A: IGORA ROYAL ABSOLUTES 4-60 + 9% IGORA ROYAL OIL DEVELOPER 1:1

COLOR 1B: IGORA ROYAL ABSOLUTES 6-60 + 9% IGORA ROYAL OIL DEVELOPER 1:1

COLOR 2A: IGORA VIBRANCE 4-66 + 1,9% IGORA VIBRANCE DEVELOPER LOTION 1:2

COLOR 2B: IGORA VIBRANCE 6-66 + 4% IGORA VIBRANCE DEVELOPER LOTION 1:2

STEP 1: Starting at the parting, take the face framing section and clip it (= section B) from the global color area (= section A). The depth of the section B depends upon the required final result.

STEP 2: Apply color 1(a) to the roots of section A.

STEP 3: Apply color 2(a) to the roots of section B.

STEP 4: Apply color 1(b) to the mid-lengths and ends of section A.

STEP 5: Work color 2(b) through the mid-lengths and ends of section B. Leave to process according to the instructions for use.

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