© UNILEVER 2018
COLOUR: red velvet and burnt copper block colour
A block colouring technique was used to create layers of velvet red and burnt copper hues.
Style Tip: Brave clashing colours and mixed-up prints are about attitude in this eclectic ‘rave’ style.
Create a parting following the haircut
and natural fall of the hair.
Create a horseshoe section working
from high recession to high recession,
incorporating the crown and occipital bone.
Subdivide into 3 for ease of application and
secure with TIGI PRO sectioning clips.
Put on protective gloves. For ease
of application start by creating a profile
parting from the optical bone to centre
nape, and apply Formula 1 to the new
From the profile take ½ inch vertical
slices working towards the hairline,
applying Formula 1 from the new growth
area through to the mid-lengths and ends
until the section is complete.
Repeat the same technique on the
opposite side. Isolate the sections using
TIGI copyright©olour meche strips.
Progressing into the horseshoe section
take ½ inch horizontal slices applying
Formula 2 from the new growth area
through to the mid-lengths and ends.
Continue the same technique
throughout the second section, isolating
using a TIGI copyright©olour meche strip.
Working into the final section, take
½ inch vertical slices applying Formula 2
from the new growth area through to the
mid-lengths and ends. Isolate using a TIGI
copyright©olour meche strip.
Process the colour for 35 minutes,
then emulsify, rinse and remove using Bed
Head by TIGI Urban Antidotes Recovery
shampoo and conditioner.
COLOUR: brick red and copper peach, block colour and free-hand
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