How to colour hair - Colour Correction then Red Orange Tones - Preview 149





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Published on Jun 19, 2012

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Bruno Elorrioroz's salon classic colour tutorial begins by removing the all over colour using back to back sections in foil starting in the back area. This allows Bruno to control the lifting process and rinse off when required with ease at the backwash. The pre-lightened areas are lifted up to an orange/red under tone

Bruno then applies sliced sections in the front area to add movement in the fringe section before applying a deep orange/red all over base colour, applied from the roots to the ends. The final result is a dark blonde with a rich red/orange tone to perfectly complement Charlotte's skin tone and eye colour.

Model Charlotte // Hair Colour Level 2 // Hair Type Medium Fine
Technical Skills Back to Back Foil Technique | Foil Placement | Full Head Permanent Colour | Mid-length to Ends Application | Pre-lightening | Product Choice | Recolouring a Full Head of Hair that has had Artificial Colour Removed | Removing Artificial Colour on a Full Head | Roots / Regrowth to Ends Application | Roots / Regrowth Only | Sectioning | Slice Technique
Contributor Bruno Elorrioroz // Make-Up Artist Louisa Inchenko // Photographer Jamie Harrison

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