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Video Alert: How-To Create a Soft Red Copper Hair Colour with Wella Professionals

Wednesday, 24 February 2016 11:04


Robert Eaton, Wella Professionals Guest Artist, Russell Eaton Salon, UK takes you step-by-step through the creation of this rich, coppery soft red color, and shows you some simple styling techniques to complete this copper hair look.


Shades used to get the look:

Pre-lightening: Blondor Freelights + Blondor Freelights developer 6%


Color A: COLOR TOUCH 7/7 + 7/43 (2:1) + COLOR TOUCH Emulsion 1.9%

Color B: COLOR TOUCH 7/43 + COLOR TOUCH Emulsion 1.9%

Color C: COLOR TOUCH 8/43 + 9/16 (2:1) + COLOR TOUCH Emulsion 1.9%


After rinsing apply Oil Reflections to damp hair for smoothness and shine. Blow-dry the hair with a round brush. Finish with 1-2 pumps of Oil Reflections. Et voilà, a beautiful hairstyle for long or short hair: The hair colour trend red copper.


For more information about Oil Reflections  CLICK HERE  


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