TrendLab: Luminous Blond with Adriana Furushima

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IGORA ROYAL continues to deliver powerful color performance thanks to our unchanged iconic formula, with both High-Definition and True-to-Tuft Technology for trusted results with incredible color intensity.

 

Celebrating our IGORA ROYAL color worlds this beautiful, bright blond look showcases a range of IGORA ROYAL shades that have been expertly blended to create a beautiful pinky-peach hue – a transitional blond illusion that's perfect for summer!

 

TrendLab: Luminous Blond with Adriana Furushima

This #hairhacks episode, sees Brazilian Educator and Color Specialist Adriana Furushima (@adrianafurushima) craft a luminous blond look, using IGORA ROYAL. Watch our step-by-steps tutorial co-created with the TrendLab, or follow the steps below:

 

 

 

 

Colors used (on pre-lightened hair):

  • Color 1: IGORA ROYAL 9.5-1 + 0-88 (10:1) with 3% | 10 VOL. IGORA ROYAL Oil Developer (1:1)
  • Color 2: IGORA ROYAL 0-00 (30g) + 0-89 (4g) with 3% | 10 VOL. IGORA ROYAL Oil Developer (1:1)
  • Color 3: IGORA ROYAL 9.5-49 with 3% | 10 VOL. IGORA ROYAL Oil Developer (1:1)
  • Color 4: IGORA ROYAL 9.5-49 + 9.5-22 (1:1) IGORA ROYAL Oil Developer with 3% | 10 VOL. (1:1)

 

Step 1
  • Step 1: Take large sections of hair at the back of the head and apply Color 1 to the mid-lengths and ends, leaving the roots out

 

Step 2
  • Step 2: Apply Color 2 through the mid-section around the face, leaving out roots. Proceed to apply Color 3 to the crown-section from mid-lengths and ends

 

Step 3
  • Step 3: Apply Color 4 to the roots in all sections and let the color visually develop

 

Step 4
  • Step 4: Rinse thoroughly and follow with haircare from the #BLONDME BLOND WONDERS Finishing Range to protect blond hair from external aggressors whilst providing softness and long-lasting shine

Where Can I Learn More?

Stay up-to-date with the latest coloring tips and tricks, as well as essential product knowledge that’ll help you master any in-salon service over on the ASK Education eAcademy: ask-elearning.com.

 

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