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ARROJO color trend volume 1 DVD

ARROJO color trend volume 1 DVD

Six client-friendly color techniques presented by ARROJO color masters explore how to make color placement intrinsic to the shape and style of each cut. You’ll learn the best use of natural parting and fall. You’ll see how to master the x pattern and dimensional highlighting techniques. You’ll understand see saw sectioning and get an all-new approach to customized color. Presented by James Edick, Ellie Thomas, and Abby Theis.

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Circles Technique

Work off natural partings, using circular patterns to create variation in tone, and brightness and pop, in the perfect position. Presented by James Edick. 18 minutes.

Classic Full-Head Dimensional Highlighting Technique

Learn to maximize depth and dimension, with highlights. Create bold and fashion-forward color with this classic technique. Presented by Ellie Thomas. 15 minutes.

Inverted V Technique

Learn to apply the Inverted V on asymmetrical styles to create bold and soft color tones, customized to different sections of the cut. Presented by Abby Theis. 16 minutes.

Partial Foil Technique

Learn the right way to use the partial foil technique to ensure the best use of natural parting and fall. Presented by Ellie Thomas. 15 minutes.

See Saw Sectioning Technique

The see saw sectioning technique is a modern way to confidently customize color placement and tone for each client. Presented by Abby Theis. 15 minutes.

X Pattern Highlighting Technique

Learn how the X pattern highlighting technique allows for color placement that is intrinsic to the shape and style of each cut. Presented by James Edick. 21 minutes.