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N ot a m e m b e r ? J o i n at a s so c iate d h a i rp rofe s sio n a ls .c o m 17 the formula Pinwheel Color Up the shag trend with vivid color by Natalie Simoes and Alexandra Söderberg Before After The 1970s have made a strong comeback with the shag, curtain bangs, and yes, a middle part. When you color this style in a peach-and- blue pinwheel pattern and add in some white mascara, your client will be ready for the roller disco every day! We collaborated to create this fun color and style. We're both blonde specialists working at Phan Haus in Scottsdale, Arizona. Playing with vivid colors and unique placements helps us take our art to the next level. THE FORMULA Igora Royal Permanent Color: Formula A: Peach Coral 50g 9.5-18, 30g 0-77, 22g 11-89, 6g 0-88 Formula B: Blue 53g 9.5-29, 10g 0-22 THE TECHNIQUE Step 1 On prelightened damp hair, section hair into a pinwheel parting. Begin with a middle parting from hairline to nape, then part from the apex to behind each ear, creating four pie sections. Within each pie section create three 1-inch vertical subsections, resulting in 12 pie sections when looking at the top of the head. Step 2 Apply Formula A and B on alternating pie sections around the head. Step 3 Process for 30 minutes. Rinse with cold water and apply conditioner only. Step 4 To style, apply a heat protectant and volumizing product. Blow- dry on a cool setting to protect the color. Once dry, flat iron fringe outward and away from the face to accentuate the curtain fringe. Next, curl alternating sections with a 1-inch curling iron to create loose curls. Finally, use a ³ ⁄ 8 -inch curling iron to create some randomly placed tighter curls and leave some sections straight. This will create a voluminous, textured look. Alexandra Söderberg @alexnicolehair Natalie Simoes @Nat_doeshair

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