COLOUR TECHNIQUE: PROGRESSIVE DIMENSIONAL TONING
Modern Classics: Richy Kandasamy demonstrates how to give any haircut added movement using a Progressive Dimensional Toning colour technique.
US Technical Director, Richy Kandasamy, shows how to give any haircut added movement using a Progressive Dimensional Toning colour technique.
Progressive Dimensional Toning is used to accentuate layers and give the haircut added movement. It can be created using two to three different tones. Utilising harmonious colours gives the hair a velvet, cotton or silk effect. This technique can be used on various shapes, to accentuate the layering pattern, create movement and add dimension.Richy Kandasamy
NATURAL LEVEL: 6/0
True Light White
+Activator 20vol/6% (1:1.5 mixing ratio)
50g Gloss 10/02
+15g Gloss 9/03
+10g Gloss 8/34
+3g Gloss 7/4
+117g Activator 5vol/1.5%
40g Gloss 10/02
+1g Gloss 6/6
+62g Activator 5vol/1.5%
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