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Trade Secrets of a Hair Color Expert - Warm Red - Episode 1

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Product Club Artistic Director, Adrienne Rogers demonstrates how to create a natural, warm red hair color by using a wet balayage technique. She shows you how to properly apply color on areas of regrowth, how to blend a demi permanent formula into the mid strands, and finish with a glaze for a beautiful, long lasting warm red result. She also explains how to work with the client’s skin tone, natural hair color pigment, and the condition of the hair by using the color wheel to determine the correct shade to use for the best results.

• The difference between a warm and a cool red hair color

• Color theory and where warm red falls in the color spectrum

• How to determine the best candidates for warm red hair 

• Matching hair color with skin tone

• Working with client’s natural hair pigment and porosity 

• Color formulation - How to properly formulate for a warm red result

• Pretreating hair and areas of regrowth prior to coloring

• How to cover gray while creating a warm red

• Using a pinwheel technique when pretreating

• Proper brushes and tools to use when applying color

• How to perform a wet balayage technique

• How to combine technique with color theory for a warm red result

• How to blend a demi permanent formula into the mid strands of the hair

• Using highlights to balance a warm red hair color

• Using a glaze to create a long lasting warm red result


Adrienne Rogers is the Artistic Director for Product Club and has over 30 years of industry experience. As the owner of the prestigious, Hush Salon in Philadelphia, Adrienne brings a wealth of knowledge, creative talent, and innovation to her role. Adrienne travels extensively throughout the country teaching and demonstrating advanced hair coloring techniques. Her ability to translate hair color theory into user-friendly techniques helps to build her students’ confidence and elevate their skills.

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