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Balayage specialist located in San Diego, CA Hyde Edwards Salon 619-232-0108 858-945-0331

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  1. Eliesha says:

    hi there, I’m a hairdresser, this base color is nothing like I’ve ever seen before, would you mind sharing the formula with me please 🙂
    Thanks

    • Somehow I never saw this, I’m sorry! 6.11 in majirel is the base. Her hair was previously lightened because she was dark red before. It was brought up to a yellow/orange then highlighted after color remover. In between foil packets I applied 6.11 at the base, and 7.11 on the mid shaft ends and ends. Then toned highlighted sections w/ 9.11& 8.11

  2. Saurav sharma says:

    Hey,wanna get the same on my hair.do tell How long should i keep the base 6.11 on my pre colored dia richesse 7.dont want the highlights but juat the base all over.im a guy with a the hair length quarter more than this girl in the picture(she looks quite gorgeous by the way 🙂 id be doing it myself,been for 4 years now.lidos from india

  3. I would watch it after you apply it. Alternatively you might want to use 6.01 + 6.12 in Richesse if you will be putting it all over to avoid a hot root. Remember the girl in this photo was lifted to orange/ yellow.
    If you have a 7 Richesse base already. You don’t need to use majirel and it could get muddy on your light ends. If you have pre lightened ends/ highlights that are more yellow than orange use 6.12/ 6.02 equal parts. More orange/ yellow use 3/4 6.01+ 6.12 w/ 15 volume if your level 7 is freshly done. Use 9vol if you have any natural root. This will reduce the chance of lifting your base too much thus creating unwanted warmth. If you want to lift your natural base using a 6.11 you will still get warmth unless you pre lighten your whole head to an orange/ yellow first. For the coolest outcome, you must have minimal Oarnge. Start at the root first in the back,
    then pull through for the last 5-10 min. 15-20 min on the base and 5-10 min. on the ends ( front last) hope this helps!

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