Ion Color Brilliance Brights Tutorial

 

1. I thought it would be fun to layer two similar colors for a little dimension and interest. The winners? Fuschia and Purple! Since the model’s hair already had highlights, I was able to skip the pre-lightening step.

2. I wanted a subtle peek-a-boo highlight, so I picked a spot about halfway down her head, close to her ear, and sectioned it off.

3. Using a pintail comb, I took a small 1/8 inch section, and painted on the purplecolor. Then I wrapped it up all nice and snug in foil to keep it from bleeding into the fuschia and the rest of her hair.

4. I repeated Step 3 with the fushcia.

5. I ended up with three foils – two purple and one fuschia.

6. After 30 minutes of processing, we had funky and fun colorful highlights. You could definitely add more sections of color if you wanted a bolder look, or even color your whole head. It’s totally up to you!

  • Alli

    July 23rd, 2012

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    Thanks for the tips, but my question is this.
    When is the Fuchsia going to be available in the stores (in the Seattle area) and in the online store??? I can’t seem to track that color down! Just wanted to know why is it so hard to get more of this merchandise in :/ as I really want this color. Thanks :)

  • Madeline

    July 28th, 2012

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    Hello, I wanted to know if the paint color called “Color Brilliance”, wanted to know how long is removed or is permanent?

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