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Deep Cuts Hard Blondes by Michael Haase & Nick Berardi

Thursday, 12 June 2014 11:19

Different vibrant colors like gold, steel, pale pink, and moss green, are mixed into choppy blonde layers creating daring styles that demand your attention. Different textures and deep cuts propel this bold collection to the top!

  • Credits
  • Haircut & Color: Michael Haase (image 1 and 2) 
  • Haircut: Nick Berardi (image 3 and 4)
    Color for Nick’s cuts: Oliver Shortall
    Photography: all 4 images Nick Berardi
    Make up: Joel Vera Sebastian
    Wardrobe: Katrina Duesterhaus
    Fashion: Black Mesh Gown By "Royal Rubbish"
    White Crystal Embellished Gown By "Adolfo Sanchez"

    Here's How-To Get Oliver's color formula:
    Prelighten with Blondor Soft Blonde Creme and 20 vol 1:2
    First tone with Illumina 9/60 1:2 with 1.9% emulsion.
    Gloss with Illumina 10/05 1:2 with Pastel developer.

    Here's How-To Get Michael's color formula:
    Pre lightened hair with Wella Blondor Multi Blonde Powder 1:2 and 6% Creme Developer
    Moss Green: Wella Koleston Perfect 6/2 and Koleston Perfect Special Mix 0/33 and 3% 1:1 Creme Developer
    Gold: Wella Koleston Perfect Special Mix 0/33 and 3% 1:1 Creme Developer
    Steel: Wella Illumina color 5/81 and 4/ and 1:2 Pastel Developer
    Cream: Wella Illumina color 10/69 and 10/1 and 1:2 Pastel Developer
    Styled with: Wella Professionals Velvet Amplifier, Ocean Spritz, Bold Move, Oil Reflections.
  • Michael Haase



  • Michael Haase



  • Nick Berardi



  • Nick Berardi



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