Technique: Panel & Global
(base color & panel roots) milk_shake® creative permanent color 9.314 48g red 2 g milk_shake® creative oxidizing emulsion 10vol. (3%) 75g
milk_shake® direct color pink 30g lilac 5g
milk_shake® smoothies semi_permanent color powder 20g, milk_shake® smoothies activating emulsion 30g
a: roots formula 1, lengths and ends formula 2
b: roots formula 1, lengths and ends formula 3
After having identified the dominant area of the haircut, isolate and block a rhomboidal section within the inner area.
Color the roots of the whole head of hair using formula 1. Andzela’s hair was pre-lightened prior to coloring.
Color lengths and ends using the came coloring technique.
After having isolated the hair, separate the first strand from the rhomboidal section diagonally and color the roots using formula 1,
Proceed by coloring lengths and ends using formula 2. Isolate the colored strand using Professional Haircoloring Film.
Separate a second strand, approx 1/2 cm wide, and color the roots of the strand using formula 1.
Color lengths and ends with formula 3.
Isolate using Professional Haircoloring Film.
Color the roots using formula 1.
Color lengths and ends with formula 2 and isolate using Professional Haircoloring Film.
Proceed over the entire rhomboidal section using the same technique, using the base color on roots and alternating the color on the lengths.
This technique, called “Panel”, gives three-dimensional effects to the hair. Each strand or colored panel overlaps the other, creating a mixed effect, gibing a sophisticated and rebellious style.