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High Contrast Blonding


Carrington has a cool cut. It’s heavy in the perimeter and frames her face well. Her color has grown out and is almost completely virgin. We want this look to pop with a high contrast placement. In this video we’re using a double foiling pattern to build the brightness through the ends and make them more solid. We will use a vertical placement through the top to keep depth and allow for more contrast. 

In this video you will learn:

  • Double foiling 
  • High contrast color placement 
  • Chunky money piece 
  • Color placement for blunt cut 
  • Vertical placement throughout top

  • Formula used:

    Flashlift 10vol, 20vol 30vol

    Tap 7N shadesEQ

    High Contrast Blonding



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