Coloring long and thick hair. [turn on English subtitles] Lazar Tropinin PARIKMAXER TV

Parikmaxer TV presents The first video of the season on the parikmaxer TV project. Lazar Tropynin begins the story. Great view. Hey. My name is Lazar Tropynin and now I will tell you how quickly you can dye such long and rather thick hair. But first, we must carefully consider and diagnose the hair. Let’s take a closer look and pay attention to the fact that there was a branching about three-four months ago. Hair objectively withstands a maximum of 3 lightening, 4-5 lightening hair is very affected and they are very damaged. In the previous dyeing, if you look, the hair is under-lightened. Most likely it could be hastened, maybe it was so conceived. I would like to share with you a quick fleece technique in order to get the result as light as possible, but at the same time not to spend a huge amount of time. We start with the separation. The most important thing is to separate the frontal zone from the occipital zone through the highest point of the head. I stab the temporal-lateral zones now, I will work with them much later. I divide the entire mass of hair on the occipital area into 2 parts with a vertical parting. Then we knead the powder. I will start working with diagonal partings from the lower occipital area and will rise up. In order to achieve a good result, I will use two compositions. My first composition will go to the root zone where the hair is completely natural And where the hair was previously dyed, I will use a softer composition to save the ends. The philosophy of this approach to work is as follows. As I said earlier, objectively, hair can withstand up to three brightenings, starting with the fourth bleaching, the hair gets very damaged. If you want to work efficiently, then you need to use different compositions that do simultaneously completely different work. I work in fairly large strands. These hairs allow me to do this. Pay attention to how I do the fleece. I whip once, push the first mass of hair, returning to the first whipping and drive the hair to the end I have to get a very light, but at the same time confident fleece. In the middle part of the head, when my horizontal strand becomes very wide, I can not completely comb it and work with it, I need to divide it into two parts. I clean one part. First, comb the first strand, return to 2 and also work separately with it. I collect them together, finish off the fleece and proceed to the application of the dye. Just like with the previous strands, where the hair was natural color, I use powder with a high percentage. Where the hair was already previously bleached, I use a percentage lower. Another strand I have is wide enough and I also divide it into 2 parts, work with the first segment and work separately with the second one, connecting them together and driving in a pile, I continue to use different percentages in the root zone, in the middle part and at the ends. Also notice how I will isolate. Here we have a higher percentage, but here I have a lower percentage. I do the first twist, isolating the percentage below and doing 2 twirls at a higher percentage. A prerequisite is to make the right lock so that the foil does not slip. We make a small twist and close. With the next strand, I work entirely because its width has become smaller and, accordingly, I no longer need to divide it into 2 parts. In the same technique, I work through all the remaining strands in this block and as soon as I finish, I will discuss the important aspects of applying and working with such hair. When I working in the new section, I use different colors of brushes, a black brush where there is a powder with high oxide, a pink brush is a low percentage for the ends Whenever I use different colors of brushes, you will understand that I work on different percentages of the emulsion. In an understandable technique, I will work in the second block, after which I will return to you and talk about the main nuances of applying the product and working with hair. In the frontal zone, I will work first with the bangs zone in order to maximally highlight the contour of the face. In the bangs zone, I take a continuous strand along the edge line, I don’t pick it up in a pile, I don’t zigzag it with an even plate, I get such a thin veil and I will paint it with one solid veil as close as possible applying powder to the root zone this is important to face contour is highlighted as much as possible . Please note I work with a pink brush; I use a weaker percentage of emulsion at the ends. I also single out the next strand with an even veil and work with it in the same technique. My brush is already black, respectively, there is a higher percentage of emulsion, and on the ends I also use a brush of a different color and, accordingly, a different powder. Why do not I work on the face on the first two strands in the fleece technique? Because I want the outline to be highlighted as much as possible and the face framed by the most light strands. 3rd strand in the bangs zone are already combed. Please note that I work without a tablet in my face to get as close to the root zone as possible. After I worked the 3rd strand, the 4th strand in the volume I have is already twice as thick and with a pile. On the root zone, I apply powder with a 6 percent emulsion, a pink brush and a lower percentage of the emulsion in length. The last strand in the bangs, close application to the basal zone and also a brush of a different color and do not forget about the correct packaging. I am switching to work on the temporo-lateral zones. I have two sections left on the right side and on the left side. In order to make it as comfortable as possible for me to work, I use these diagonal partings. Thus, I will rise upward in a technique that you understand. Due to the fact that I worked in four main sections and in one additional bang zone, I greatly reduced the time. I want to draw your attention to how my foil is now located. Please look, this was our first block, this is the second block, 3, 4, the bangs zone we have the fifth block. This is how the whole mass of hair looks in the recruited state. Pay attention to how foil is aesthetically correctly packed that will not slip and accordingly you will not have a product leak. Such a scheme allows you to complete a set of hair very quickly, and in order to control the bleaching process in each block, I set the time to 1st and on the last strand. I will come back to you after we wash off the dye and see the finished result. After I washed off the powder from hair, I need to stretch the color. This means I need to get the most soft and natural stretch of color from the basal natural zone to a lighter length. I will apply the dye from the lower occipital region, rising up. The most important thing in doing this job is to work extremely fast. I bleached the hair of my model and now I am performing overlapping of the root zone in order to get the most smooth soft stretch from the natural root zone to the total mass of bleached hair. In order to achieve an even smoother transition and stretching in color from the root zone with a dry brush, I repeat the application of dye in the root zone from the bottom up. This is important so that the border is as blurred as possible and there are no stripes. By distributing dye from bottom to top in the lower occipital area, you have a beautiful gradient, but when we rise higher we work from the opposite from top to bottom. This subtle nuance but very important is needed only by very good colorists. From the lower occipital area in the first block, I begin to apply a tinting dye along the length and here I will already have the final result in 20 minutes. The most important thing is that there should be a lot of dye so that the hair literally bathed in paint. The correct typed bang zone allows me to highlight the contours as much as possible, to make a lot of fair hair near the face. I also want to pay attention to how much natural color is in the root zone, and how soft and smooth stretching we have the final result. On straight hair there is an opportunity to consider all the nuances of dyeing, respectively, only on a direct canvas can you see the quality of your work. With you was Lazar Tropinin. In order to learn how to do the fleece technique just as cool, come to my Smart Coloring workshops. Broadcast partner Artistique Nederland


  1. Rodolfo Ferreyra September 29, 2019 at 4:28 pm

    Jajaja 10 horas con papeles. Cuanto hay que cobrarle a la clienta después de tanto trabajo

  2. elya elya October 9, 2019 at 3:49 am

    Супер благодарю вас

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