Preparation formula 1
milk_shake® decologic lightening powder 30 g, milk_shake® oxidizing emulsion 20 vol. (6%) 45 g.
milk_shake® creative permanent color 7.313 30 g, milk_shake® oxidizing emulsion 10 vol. (3%) 45 g, milk_shake® color specifics color split 3 g.
milk_shake® creative permanent color 9.13 40 g, milk_shake® oxidizing emulsion 20 vol. (6%) 60 g, milk_shake® color specifics color split 4 g.
milk_shake® smoothies semi_permanent color 9.33 10 g + powder 10 g + red 1 g, milk_shake® activating emulsion 8 vol. (2.4%) 31.5 g, milk_shake® color specifics color split 2 g.
Isolate and block five sections: the first in a teardrop shape within the internal area, whereas the other four sections will be obtained by creating a transversal line and a central parting.
On the rear right section, separate the first strand horizontally and using the milk_shake® Color Board, apply formula 1 from roots to mid-length. Color from mid-length to ends using formula 2.
Proceed with the same technique over the entire left side. To create this technique, called “Overlay”, Becky is applying, to the external areas, the darker color from roots to mid-length, and the lighter color from mid-length to ends to create a greater ombré effect and emphasize the movement of the hair.
Using the same technique, color the entire right side section.
Repeat the same actions on the opposite side.
When combining two colors, it’s important to unite them, for example with a zig-zag line, and blend them with a brush.
Separate the first strand from the central section, called “Hyper Drop”, horizontally.
In Lizaveta’s case, the same shade is being used within the internal root section as well as on the ends of the external area, whereas a stronger color is being used on lengths and ends to give greater expansion and radiance to the shape.
Apply formula 2 from roots to mid-length.
Apply formula 3 from mid-length to ends.
Conclude with the “Overlay” technique over the internal section. The “Hyper Drop” section directs the color to the fringe area and creates a more diffused color within the internal area.
The “Overlay” technique creates a very elegant blended effect, using similar tones for a sophisticated and sensual peach toned color.