milk_shake® smoothies semi_permanent color 6.3 30 g + 7.3 30 g, milk_shake® activating emulsion 8 vol. (2.4%) 90 g
milk_shake® creative permanent color 4.56 30 g, milk_shake® oxidizing emulsion 10 vol. (3%) 45 g, milk_shake® color specifics color split 3 g
milk_shake® creative permanent color 6.4 20 g + yellow 10 g, milk_shake® oxiziding emulsion 20 vol. (6%) 45 g, milk_shake® color specifics color split 3 g
milk_shake® creative permanent color 6.66 30 g, milk_shake® oxidizing emulsion 20 vol. (6%) 45 g, milk_shake® color specifics color split 3 g
To even out the hair color before coloring, formula 1 was applied to the whole head of hair.
Divide a circular section around the top of the head and isolate the fringe area.
Create horse-shoe section that begins at the extremity of the eyebrow and runs around the roundness of the head to the other extremity of the opposite eyebrow.
Protect the hairline by using the new z.one concept ™ SOFT STRIPES, Color fully from roots to ends by applying formula 2.
After having subdivided the back area into two equal sections using a horizontal separation, color the first strand by applying formula 2 to the roots.
With the help of the milk_shake® COLOR BOARD, apply formula 3 to lengths and ends, intersecting the color vertically.
Complete the coloring of the subsection, continue with the following section coloring the roots with formula 2 lengths and ends formula 4, crossing over the two shades. Proceed with the alternation in the back left section.
Subdivide the front right section into two subsections with a parallel line to define the proportions.
Starting from the first subsection, color the roots using formula 2, and the lengths and ends using formula 4, intersecting the two shades and complete the section.
Complete the section by moving on to the next section, coloring the roots with formula 2, and the lengths and ends using formula 3. Repeat the same procedure and color sequence in the left side section.
Color the entire upper circular section using formula 2.
Using the horizontal separations, subdivide the fringe area and, alternating the application, color the first strand, applying formula 2 on the roots, and formula 3 on the lengths and ends, and then move on to the next strand, applying formula 2 on the roots and formula 4 on the lengths and ends.