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Mad About Metals: "Root Smudge" Silver Metallic Hair Color

Lauren Salapatek | January 31, 2018 | 9:29 AM
Majirel Metals "Root Smudge" Hair Color
Photo By Shelley Gregory @shelleygregoryhair, Atelier by Square Salon, Las Vegas, NV

Silver hair has seen a huge rise in popularity in recent years due to its sheer flexibility, and with Majirel’s metallic shades, the opportunities are endless.

L’Oréal Professionnel is ready to help you achieve these coveted looks with the launch of Majirel Metals. With three high-shine shades – including Amethyst and Rose Gold, boosted in reflects to achieve that polished metallic finish – these shades provide a glossy, reflective, on-trend color.

Majirel Metals is best for clients desiring intense visibility, shine and metallic tones with long-lasting results. The technology features core to surface conditioning, resistance to fading, high reflect concentration and rich, natural-looking results. All metallic shades are pre-blended.

For more information, visit pro.us.lorealprofessionnel.com/majirel-metals.

Use the formulas below to achieve striking dark metallic roots that are smudged to melt into softer gradients of color.

Pre-lighten: Blond Studio Multi-Techniques Powder + 40-vol. Majicreme Developer + Smartbond Step 1

Root Smudge: Blue Steel Formula + Smartbond Step 1

Mid-Lengths & Ends: Majirel Metal .12/BV + 20-vol Majicreme Developer + Smartbond Step 1

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