TECHNICAL STEPS

  • STEP 1

    Create a parting following the haircut and natural fall of the hair.

  • STEP 2

    Begin by creating an irregular circular shape starting 2 inches back from the hairline, sitting ½ inch below the occipital bone.

  • STEP 3

    Subdivide the circular shape into 7 irregular sections, securing all sections using TIGI PRO sectioning clips. Put on protective gloves.

  • STEP 4

    From the nape, take horizontal slices. Apply Formula 1 from the new growth area through to the mid-lengths and ends.

  • STEP 5

    Continue application working from the radial towards the hairline, applying Formula 1 from the new growth through to the mid-lengths and ends. Repeat the same technique on the opposite side and isolate with TIGI copyright©olour meche strips.

  • STEP 6

    Progressing into the first irregular section from the optical bone, take diagonal slices applying Formula 2 from the new growth area through to the mid-lengths and ends.

  • STEP 7

    Continue working upwards towards the crown using the same technique, applying Formula 2.

  • STEP 8

    Progress to the final 4 irregular sections, apply Formula 3 from the new growth area to the mid-lengths and ends. Continue to the profile repeating on the opposite side until all sections are complete. Isolate each section using TIGI copyright©olour meche strips.

  • STEP 9

    Process the colour for 35 minutes, then emulsify, rinse and remove using Bed Head by TIGI Urban Antidotes Re-Energize shampoo and conditioner. Tone the sections through the front and side, using horizontal slices and applying Formula 4. Once complete, process visually for up to 20 minutes, then emulsify, rinse and remove.

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