Take a look at this transformation! We think the model’s updated colour looks stunning. Check out how to get a Multi Melt look for your clients.
For the colour application, Matrix Artist Ambassador Ria Kullik first used a balayage technique and then enhanced the look by using a Multi Melt technique. We absolutely love the finished look, so let’s find out how to achieve it using Matrix SoColor Sync.
What’s in the formula?
- Formula A = SoColor Sync 20 parts 5M 10 parts 3N
- Formula B = SoColor Sync 20 parts SPV 20 parts 9MM 5 parts 6RV+
- Formula C = SoColor Sync 10 parts 10M 10 parts 8CG
Amazing! So what’s the process?
First, the hair is divided into four quadrants and the application started at the back of the head working forwards in diagonal sections.
Formula A was applied in a root stretch to the scalp area, formula B was then applied in the mid-section, and finally formula C was applied to the ends of the hair. The formulas were melted together using the fore and middle fingers.
After this, in the front sections, the technique was adjusted by using formula A as a root tap (aka shadow root) rather than a root stretch.
Then, the colour was rinsed off with warm water, saturated with Total Results Lamination Spray and rinsed again. Followed with the Total Results Miracle Creator 20 for condition, heat protection and a speedy blowdry.
Finally, the hair is blow-dried with Style Link Volume Builder and a round brush. Use a large wand and Style Link Volume Fixer to get the perfected look.
Simple. We would love to see your finished looks, tag us on Instagram if you try this!
Looking for some more colour inspiration? Here you go: INSPIRATION.