Feathered Pixie

Feathered Pixie

Ellie Henkel

Intrigued by Indola feathered pixie look? We certainly are, so we were delighted to get a step by step on how to create this quirky look.

The Cut

Step 1: Section the hair as shown

Step 2: Separate two diagonal back disconnects

Step 3: Start at crown and crop down to finger length following curvature of the head

Step 4: Use orange segment sections and pivot down the head shape

Step 5: Repeat on other side

Step 6: Cross check cutting line and adjust if necessary

Step 7: Use guide from the top and connect into back avoiding the sectioned off disconnections

Step 8: Dry off the hair and freehand the disconnected area to blend a little bit leave long pieces

Step 9: Crop the fringe in tight to hairline for strength

Step 10: Personalise the cut on the contours

 

The Colour

Formula

A) PCC 5.11+ Color Transformer

Step 1: Begin the application on the middle line

Step 2: Apply the mixture to the roots first

Step 3: Afterwards directly apply the mixture to the remaining hair until it is fully saturated.

Step 4: Let the colour develop for 30 minutes and rinse off thoroughly. Wash and care the hair with Indola Care COLOR SHAMPOO and CONDITIONER.

The Style

Step 1: Apply Indola VOLUME & BLOW-DRY SPRAY

Step 2: Blow-dry the hair with a paddle brush

Step 3: Use a flat iron to define the longer hair parts

Step 4: To add extra definition to the top, use the flat iron to clip the hair upwards

Step 5: Use FIBERMOLD to add texture and work it into the hair

Step 6: Finish the styling with INDOLA STRONG LACQUER

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