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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 13 the formula Rose Gold Rising Transforming a client's grown-out look to a stunning rose gold lob by Jeannetta Walker-Rodgers, technical education director, Alfaparf Milano Before After Just like the precious metal, the rose gold metallic tone is here to stay, and I love how this chic tone works with my client's skin tone. I'm excited to share how I achieved the look using Alfaparf Milano products. It's all about going slow and steady, making sure you adjust your formulation and processing time (according to what your canvas needs), while still making sure your client's hair health is top priority. THE PROCESS 1. Mix BB Bleach Easy Lift 7 and 30 Volume Oxido (mixing ratio 1:2). 2. Apply bleach 1 inch away from the roots, right up to the line of demarcation. Be careful not to overlap bleach on previously lightened ends. 3. Process to a level 8. 4. Mix BB Bleach Easy Lift 7 and 20 Volume Oxido (mixing ratio 1:2). 5. Apply to the root area. 6. Mix BB Bleach Easy Lift 7 and 10 Volume Oxido (mixing ratio 1:2; add Hair Supporters Bond Rebuilder). 7. Apply to the previously colored ends. 8. Process to a level 10. 9. After the hair has been cleansed, apply Semi di Lino Cellula Madre Restructuring Treatment and Beauty Genesis. 10. Process for 15 minutes. 11. On damp hair, tone with Harmonizers equal parts .01 and .02 and 20 volume Oxido (mixing ratio 1:2). 12. Apply final color on dry hair using Evolution of the Color 40g 10.342 + 20g 8.31 and 10 Volume Oxido (mixing ratio 1:2). 13. Process for 35 minutes. #PROtip: When planning a color correction, make sure to note each problem and prioritize accordingly. #PROtip: Treating the hair with Cellula Madre helps even out porosity, strengthens hair to ensure an even deposit of the final color, and keeps hair healthy. Jeannetta Walker-Rodgers @watchmyhairbounce

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