Introducing Revlon Professional’s Summer 2013 Wild Collection, featuring three new Revlonissimo Colour amber shades, 5.35 Light Chestnut Amber, 6.35 Dark Blonde Amber and 7.35 Blonde Amber. The collection is inspired by the land between reality and fantasy, encouraging hairstylists to explore the wild and natural sides of a woman.
Style Master Robert Masciave collaborates as a special guest with the Revlon Professional artistic team to create four Wild Collection looks that can be interpreted as wild and natural hairstyles, such as Martina, which uses the new 5.35 Light Chestnut Amber shade.
Here’s what you need to create the two Martina styles.
- Create a center parting and a radial section.
- Using the occipital bone as a guide, trace two diagonal back sections, cut vertically, creating a mobile guide.
- Define the length. Texturize.
- Cut 90 degrees from the head shape, using pivotal mobile guide sections, leaving the hair longer than the previous section.
- Define the length.
- Trace a C shape section on both sides. Isolate.
- Create a stationary guide on the top, using vertical sections, cut 90 degrees. Over-direct the remaining hair.
- Lift the hair to graduate in vertical sections and connect the sides. Texturize.
- Define the side length, over-directing all the hair to the back.
- Trace a triangle section, cut the fringe over-directing the sides.
- Dry the hair. Texture (point cutting).
Revlonissimo NMT (global colour): 5.35 10 vol.
Gentle Mèches System (highlight) 10 vol.
Blonde Up (highlight): 20 vol.
Revlonissimo NMT (tone): 8.04 10 vol.
- Apply the global colour to the roots.
- Create a curved shape triangle from the top crown to the end of the eyebrow.
- Divide the curved triangle into 3 sections. Isolate.
- Repeat on the side sections.
- Apply highlighting colours to each of the sections from the ends, graduating the colour as you work towards the top.
- Apply global colour on the top section.
- Apply global colour to the remaining hair.
Images courtesy Revlon Professional