It may not be warm enough to hit the beach just yet, but that doesn’t mean you cannot look like you just returned from a tropical vacation. If you’re looking for something new ahead of Spring, take a cue from the Shatush technique. It’s a low maintenance way to dabble into lighter tones or refresh dark tresses with less commitment. The result is a beautiful dark to light gradient of color from mid-lengths to the tips that will give the effect of a sun-kissed look. Watch Farouk Systems Elite Artist Ivan Rodriguez achieve this using CHI Ionic Cream Color, CHI Shine Shades and more.
Get The Look:
Formula Two: CHI Shine Shades 9CG + 1 capful 8C + 10 Volume CHI Color Generator
Formula Three: CHI Shine Shades 8N +8B + 9I + 10 Volume CHI Color Generator
Shatush Color Technique:
Step One: Protect the hair with CHI Keratin Mist to even out porosity.
Step Two: Apply a couple drops of CHI Silk Infusion to give additional moisture.
Step Three: Section the hair into four equal quadrants to begin the Balayage technique leaving out negative spaces.
Step Four: Mix CHI Blondest Blonde + 30 Volume CHI Color Generator.
Step Five: To combine Balayage with Contouring start in the nape area working your way through the back taking diagonal back sub-sections.
Step Six: Taking diagonal back sub-sections apply Blondest Blonde closer to the face for a dimensional contour.
Step Seven: Process at room temperature for 20 minutes.
Step Eight: Rinse the hair thoroughly, shampoo using the CHI Infra Shampoo, rinse and apply the CHI Color Lock Treatment for 5 minutes and rinse with cool water.
Step Nine: Apply CHI Keratin Mist to towel dried hair.
Step Ten: Apply Formula One to the root area.
Step Eleven: Apply Formula Two and Three from mid-shaft to ends in an alternating pattern.
Step Twelve: Process for 30 minutes at room temperature.
Step Thirteen: Remove color by adding warm water and emulsifying. Rinse until the water runs clear, shampoo using the CHI Infra Shampoo, rinse and apply CHI Color Lock Treatment for 5 minutes and rinse with cool water.