Did you like what you saw in Indola Autumn Street Style collection? We’re here to share the secrets into the disruptive red look.
Step 1: Section the hair as shown
Step 2: Taking diagonal back sections elevate the hair low and cut at a 45 angle
Step 3: Follow this to centre and repeat on other side
Step 4: Work your way around the head, continuing the baseline. Blend the top into the underneath graduation maintaining weight
Step 5: Dry the hair and personalize the cut freehand. Add freehand a fringe if needed
A) PCC 4.68 + 6% Cream Developer
B) PCC6.66X+9% Cream Developer
C) PCC 5.56 + 9% Cream Developer
Step 1: Part the hair into 3 sections with the bottom section going all the way around the head.
Step 2: Start at the bottom section with applying colour A in a freehand balayage technique.
Step 3: Blend the colour into the root area
Step 4: Apply colour A in the front area last.
Step 5: Next, apply colour B to the middle part, also using a freehand balayage technique
Step 6: Finally continue the same technique in the upper section using colour C. Let develop for 30 minutes and rinse off thoroughly. Wash and care the hair with Indola Care Color Shampoo & Conditioner
Step 1: Apply ACT NOW! SETTING SPRAY evenly throughout the hair
Step 2: Connect a diffuser to your blowdryer and gently dry the hair from below
Step 3: Clip the hair flat at the top of the head to keep the volume flat
Step 4: To add extra volume to the bottom, use the diffuser to blow-dry against the direction of growth
Step 5: Refine the look by gently back-combing the length
Step 6:Use ACT NOW! TEXTURE SPRAY to finish the styling.
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