Surprise! Surprise! NO more Frizz and NO more Roots! By Jeanise Aviles

Making changes… The change of season is approaching!!! All kinds of beautiful changes are being made in texture and color. The world of the Brazilian Treatment is ROCKING! Your choices are to FRIZZ or NOT to FRIZZ??? This treatment smoothes and heals the hair making it feel fluid and free. There is very little maintenance for this treatment and you could totally have it done for just a season or all year round. One of the perks is that the hair reverts to it’s natural curl between two and three months not leaving you with a harsh line of demarcation when the hair starts to grow out. Nancy was not able to blow dry her hair under and hour and half and now she is done in just 30 minutes!!!

Melissa was one of my bleach and tone clients FUN! FUN! FUN! Platinum is always so exciting but it’s time for Melissa to make a change in color due to changes in her lifestyle. She is working full time and is now startting school in September. She needs to cut down on time and cost at the salon. I asked for Melissa to let her natural hair grow at least three to four inches in order to make a natural beautiful change using her own natural hair color. she is a natural level 6 in the back and levels 7, 8 and white in the front.

Step by step:  Using Davines Color line.
Divide hair into 4 sections and start from the back.

Color formula for section 1 and 2.
Bleach, 20 vol.

12/2, (silver tone) 40 vol. root to line of demarcation.

8/0, 20 vol. in the same foil as the 12/2 starting from the line of demarcation to the ends for an even result in level and tone.

6/0, 20 vol.

Color formula for front sections 3 and 4.
Bleach, 20 vol.

12/2, 40 root to line of demarcation.

8/0, 20 vol in the same foil as the 12/2 starting from the line of demarcation to the ends for an even result in level and tone.

7/0, 20 vol.

For the softest most natural result:
1) Weave your H/L section and pin up and away.

2) Color the remaining hair starting at the line of demarcation allowing for the hair to still be it’s natural cool tone.

3) Because she was a one process bleach and tone the majority of your H/L’s will be bleach.

4) Introducing another shade of blonde you must formulate a color for the top portion of your strand and a 2nd formula for the ends of that strand to ensure an even level and tone.

Maintenance for her color then was every 4 to 6 weeks and now that she is a H/L client she will now come into the salon every 3 months.

To schedule a color appointment with Jeanise call Cristiano Cora Studio at (212) 414-1333


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