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  • Healthy Beautiful HairHigh Lifts,Tint Backs & Beyond

  • Ensuring Perfect ColorProper Preparation

    Proper Formulation

    Proper Application

    Proper Saturation

    Proper Timing

    Proper Rinsing

  • Purify the Hair

    Repair & Moisturizethe hair

    Preparation

  • We will discuss

    Formulation

  • Thin Sectioning Application

  • Proper Saturation

  • 45 minutes

    Timing

    Timing can vary up or down depending on stylists desired out come. Remember that increasing the time increases

    the deposit, decreasing time affects colors lasting

  • Softness & Shine Every time When washing use warm water, then Emulsify Color, Lastly rinse. Finished color

    should be Soft, Shiny, & Healthy Looking after every single application

  • Seal & Protect Colors

  • SunSun tans skin but lightens hair?Why does it produce darkness on skin but lightness on hair

  • SkinThe sun destroys the melanin in your skin Since your skin is alive, it can respond to the suns damage by producing more melanin which in turn makes your skin darker

  • HairThe sun bleaches and destroys the melanin in your hair giving you lighter hair Since hair is dead, the hair will stay that color until new hair grows in

  • MIMIC THE SUN WITH YOUR LIFTING

    FORMULATION

  • Shades of BrownNatural Hair Levels are dierent variations of the color Brown

    .0 .6 .3

    .07 .66 .33

    .22 .44 .37

  • Tint Back =

    Replace Pigment

    Lifting =

    Remove Pigment

  • Lightening Step 1

    - =

    Brown - Blue = Orange

  • Lightening Step 2

    - =

    Orange - Red = Blonde

  • Lightening Step 3

    - =

    Blonde - Yellow = Platinum

  • Remaining Pigments

  • Counteracting Unwanted Pigments

    These pigments can be remaining pigments or existing unwanted pigments

  • Basic Lifting Formula

    Equal Parts: 11 Series + 60 Volume

  • Basic Lifting Formula

    11.1 = Blue 11.2 = Violet 11.23 = Beige 11.3 = Gold 11.53 = Mahogany Gold

  • Sometimes Underlying Pigment is too strong

  • As level rises Amount of Pigment Decreases

    Water Conditioners Alkaline Agent Pigment

  • Level 11 Has very little tone.

    11.2 has very little

    Violetbut a lot of lifting

    power

    Level 9 Has more tone than

    11.2 More Violet Pigment

    but less liftingpower

    Lifter Toner

  • Use Level 11for maximum

    lift

    AddAmplifierto helptone

    Lifter Toner

  • Toning Lift FormulaStarter Formula:

    Equal Parts: Color + Developer

    1 3/4 part 11 Series 1/4 part Amplier

    + 2 parts 60 Volume

  • The more 11 series the more lift but less

    tone

    The more amplifierthe less lift but more

    tone

    How Much Amplifier?

    You Decide based on what you want

  • 1.75 oz11 Series

    .25 ozAmplifier

    How Much Amplifier?

    Start Conservative

  • Counteracting YellowWhen lifting lighter shades add 07 Blue Amplier to cut yellow undertone in outcome

    1.75 oz 11.2 Teinture + 0.25 oz 07 Amplier + 2 oz 60 Volume

  • Counteracting Red UndertoneWhen lifting darker shades add 37 Green Amplier to cut red undertone in outcome

    For Natural Looking Carmel Highlights on Darker Bases

    1.5 oz 11.2 Teinture + 0.5 oz 37 Amplier + 2 oz 60 Volume

  • Accentuating RedWhen lifting into copper or red shades add 44 or 66 Amplier to add copper

    or red undertone to outcome or use 11.53 shade for natural warmth

    1.5 oz 11.0 Teinture + 0.5 oz 44 Amplier + 2 oz 40 Volume

  • Vary Developer Choice

    for desired lift

    Vary Color Selection and Amplifier

    for desired look

    Tips

    Start Conservative then go crazy :)

  • For best professional results Always Tone

    and / or seal your colors

  • Type of Toner depends on how bad the tone is

    Use amplifiers in your formula to tone as you lift.

    *Color Shampoo

    Instantan as a toner by itself

    Color Glaze Formula

    Semi / Demi Toner Formula

  • Pre ToningAmpliers in your formulas

  • Types of Formulas

    All OxidativePermanent Dyes

    Oxidative & Acidic Non Permanent

    Dyes

  • Color Glaze1 oz Clear Gloss

    1 oz Instantan shade

    CG 5.65

  • 5.34 5.34

    Demi2 oz Instantan1 oz 20 Volume

    1 oz Mastey Hair Color

  • 5.34 5.34

    Semi2 oz Instantan1 oz 10 Volume

    1 oz Mastey Hair Color

  • Too Dark?Decolorize

  • Decolorize11.2 + 60 Volume

    Timing and lift varies based on what you are lifting outCheck on lift every 5 minutes

  • Decolorizing Procedure

    Apply lifting mixture 1/8 inches above scalp and through the ends

    Apply product quickly

    Once you see color lightening in the mid shaft and ends, be ready to apply remaining mix to roots

    If your end result is in the blondes, start apply root mix when color starts lightening up

    If your end result is light brown to dark blonde wait to apply root mixture till the color has left the red orange stage

  • Decolorizing Process

    Results vary based on existing color history

    Results will be individual to each client

    Ability to lift is determined not only by the formula but by the clients color history, hair type, and room temperature

    For best results remind your client that this is a process that may take more than one application over a longer period of time.

  • MIMIC THE BODY WITH YOUR TINT BACK

    FORMULATION

  • SkinThe sun destroys the melanin in your skin Since skin is alive, it can respond to the suns damage by producing more melanin. Now use your formulation to be like skin, your formula adds more pigments

  • Tint Backs = Lifting in ReverseWhen hair is lifted pigments are removed in a specic order and amount

    When we Tint hair Back to brown, its our job to play nature to ensure results

  • Making Brown

    BLUE RED YELLOW

  • Accentuating Left Over Pigments

    These left over pigments can be remaining pigments or existing pigments.

  • Date

  • Date

  • Date

  • Date

  • First learn those.

    Then Experiment..

  • Modified Tint

    FORMULA 11 oz - 4.0 Mastey Color1 oz - 4.6 Mastey Color2 oz - 4.34 Mastey Color

    4 oz - 10 Volume

    Application Time: A long time :)Processing: 45 minutes

  • Modified Tint

    FORMULA 11 oz - 4.0 Mastey Color1 oz - 4.6 Mastey Color2 oz - 4.34 Mastey Color

    4 oz - 10 Volume

    Application Time: A long time :)Processing: 45 minutes

  • A Journey to Making Silver

    Should be Silver and Blue based on the amount of 07

    1 part 9.1 2 part 9.1 Instantan

    07 Amp 10 Volume

  • Silver Gray + Blue

    Jens roots were Pre Lightened with Bleach then the formula was applied

  • Silver Gray + Blue => LT. BROWN

    Jamie was not bleached, she was already blonde but had more yellow tint so it went brown and the light in the room affected the shade

  • When you are experimenting:

    You may be right. But you could be wrong. Make Sure you test it :)

    Strand test it :)

  • You are now smart enough to know...

    That you should ask yourself questions

    What questions to ask yourself

    That there is no perfect solution to every problem

    How to find an answer that works for you and your client based on your own questions

  • THE FINAL (PART 1)

    Pick 3 people

    Get signed model release form

    Take their before picture

    Explain how you would complete a total make over for them.

    Perform makeover (cut and color)

    Photograph Results

    Make sure to note your color formulas, color techniques, and an explanation of your cut

    We will provide product replacement

  • SOCIAL MEDIA

    Google My Business Page

    Salon Facebook Page

    Review Mastey Certification Program at:facebook.com/masteyhaircareClick the Stars you would like to give us and then write something nice :) about us.

    Testimonial Video or written about your use of our products, if you like them and why, and about the color certification program.

    Well send more details on each in an email

    Your invited to our Social Media Webinars and a Mastey Advanced Color Seminar at Mastey in California. Date: TBD (Fall/Winter 2015)

  • PROUD OF YOU!

  • I RESPECT YOU!

  • I AM GRATEFUL TO YOU!