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Highlighting a Dark Base - Learn the Edge Lights Technique

June 6, 2018 | 9:48 AM

The edge lights technique from Redken’s Color Gels Lacquers line shoots bursts of highlights all over a dark base. The shades are high-saturation permanent liquid colors perfect for gray coverage with locked-in saturation and radiant shine.

Formula 1: 1 oz Color Gels Lacquers 4N + 1 oz 10-volume Pro-Oxide Cream Developer
Formula 2: 1 oz Shades EQ Gloss 03NA + 1 oz Shades EQ Processing Solution
Formula 3: 2 oz Flash Lift + 2 oz 40-volume Pro-Oxide Cream Developer
Formula 4: Glaze: 1 ¾ oz Shades EQ Gloss 07WN + ¼ oz 07CB + 2 oz Shades EQ Processing Solution

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Color How-To: Painted Blush

December 5, 2018

Learn how Sebastian Langman-Kirtley (@sebastiancolorist) expands on the artistic possibilities of balayage by combining several application techniques.

See how @hairbyfranco used his new favorite--PRAVANA VIVIDS Everlasting--to create this pastel pink and magenta shade with a deep violet shadow root.
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Hair Color How-To: Pastel Rose

December 5, 2018

Franco Hernandez (@hairbyfranco) created a rose-toned color, featuring a deeper violet root shadow and pastel magenta and pink lengths. Learn how!

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Get The Look: Mystic Rose

October 18, 2018

VIVIDS Everlasting adds a whole new dimension to hair color artistry and enables pros to bridge the gap between permanent hair color and direct dyes.

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Get The Formula: Enchanted Pink

October 18, 2018

VIVIDS Everlasting formulas bridge the gap between permanent hair color and direct dye. Learn what you can serve up with the new PRAVANA ChromaSilk VIVIDS Everlasting Enchanted Pink + 20-volume developer on a Level 8 base.

Process Cut and color: Nick Trombetta @nicktrombettausa, Itely Hairfashion, N.A. national artistic director
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HOW-TO: Babylage with Red

October 2, 2018

“Babylage” is a hybrid technique that combines babylights and balayage. This Itely Hairfashion technique alternates lightener with a red formula.

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