New Minimal Double Shade Technique

New Minimal - DOUBLE SHADE Technique

DOUBLE SHADE: NEW MINIMAL

FORMULA 1

milk_shake creative permanent colour 4.31, 10vol. (3%) oxidizing emulsion

FORMULA 2

milk_shake creative permanent colour 6.35, 20vol. (6%) oxidizing emulsion

FORMULA 3

milk_shake creative permanent colour 5.1, 10vol. (3%) oxidizing emulsion

FORMULA 4

milk_shake creative permanent colour 7.35, 20vol. (6%) oxidizing emulsion

FORMULA 5

milk_shake creative permanent colour 12.01, 40vol. (12%) oxidizing emulsion

Diagram

New Minimal DOUBLE SHADE Technique

STEP 1: Isolate and secure two internal sections: the first rectangular in the front internal section, and the second trapezoidal in the back internal section.

New Minimal DOUBLE SHADE Technique

STEP 2: Starting from the right side, secure a color stripe to the nape and color the entire section from roots to ends with FORMULA 1.

New Minimal DOUBLE SHADE Technique

STEP 3: Securing a color stripe, color the entire left side with the same color, and isolate with color stripes.

New Minimal DOUBLE SHADE Technique

STEP 4: Repeat on the other side.

New Minimal DOUBLE SHADE Technique

STEP 5: In the back internal area, color the entire section from roots to ends, using FORMULA 2.

New Minimal DOUBLE SHADE Technique

STEP 6: In the back internal area, color the entire section from roots to ends, using FORMULA 2.

New Minimal DOUBLE SHADE Technique

STEP 7: Isolate with color stripes.

New Minimal DOUBLE SHADE Technique

STEP 8: Diagonally separate the second lock, coloring the roots with FORMULA 3, the lengths with FORMULA 4 and the ends with FORMULA 5. Isolate with color stripes.

New Minimal DOUBLE SHADE Technique

STEP 9: Parting the third lock diagonally, color from roots to ends with FORMULA 5 and isolate with color stripes.

New Minimal DOUBLE SHADE Technique

STEP 10: Color the fourth lock utilizing FORMULA 5 in the roots, FORMULA 4 in the lengths and FORMULA 3 in the ends. Isolate with color stripes.

New Minimal DOUBLE SHADE Technique

STEP 11: Color the fifth lock with FORMULA 3. Color the sixth lock following the sequence: FORMULA 3 in the roots, FORMULA 4 in the lenghts and FORMULA 5 in the ends.

New Minimal DOUBLE SHADE Technique

STEP 12: Finish the last lock, coloring with FORMULA 4. This type of technique, called reverse double-shade, enhances the shades of color, creating softness and giving movement to the shape.