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Georgio Fernandez: Welcome to this edition of Makeup and Style. I am your host Georgio Fernandez and we are here at Resta where not only do you experience an original gallery of artwork, you also experience celebrity styling at its best. It's all happening here on Makeup and Style. Let's go.
Female Speaker: Okay guys. Today we are going to do Lucia on a trendy frame, we are going to do our highlights of level 10, our lowlights of level 6. Okay this is some of the colors that we are playing on in many celebrities, the caramel tones and the champagne blonde.
Depending on the skin of the person and the color of the eyes, we complete with so many different shapes in the same color. And we can see Lucia right now, for example, she is middle blonde like middle -- yeah between middle and light blonde.
Her eyes are blue, very beautiful, beautiful blue. So she can't wear some light tones and blondes with caramel, so she can play with some dark tones, too dark tones because the other case her eyes won't be -- because she is a model, so she likes to be blonde look sexy.
On her head we are doing partial highlights, with lowlights and single process in the rest of the hair color. How you can see over here, she is at level 7 and she has blonde. She really doesn't like the yellow, how it's looking now. So, we are going to put a toner over here, I mean, a single processor over here and then start to do some highlights and lowlights on top of the head, on the sides of the head also.
Then the color is going to be blended and this is like yellow, we are going to try to take it out of there, because it doesn't looks good on hair and she really doesn't likes it. It's pretty yellow. Okay, this is the bleach that we are going to use to lighten the hair. Those both bowls have lowlights, this one, is what I am going to use in the virgin part of the hair. And the other one, which is, the color is the same color as this one, but it's a little deeper is going to be to the rest of the hair where I am going to do the lowlights, because this color is already bleached out. So, we had two opposite again color inside of hair.
Georgio Fernandez: This is the white Tina Turner. Proud Mary, keep on rolling, Proud Mary, keep on going, we're rolling, rolling, rolling on the river. My God! What the hell have you done to this woman?
Female Speaker: Can't you see? This is like -- she is turning to be Wonder Woman or the best top model of the world.
Georgio Fernandez: Oh My God! Are we going to get sued?
Georgio Fernandez: Yeah, that's it? That's the one. She is a hairstylist and a bongo player. That's fantastic.
Male Speaker: Right now I am prepping her hair with Creative Genius; it's a Bed Head product. It's going to help me keep control of my sections and it's going to give her quite a bit of shine once we are done. We are at this point using her existing shape. She had the bangs grown out, she has a Devil Wears Prada bangs which rolled and increased in length and at this point, they are at around cheekbone. So, we are going to use that length as a back flow. So, we would create a line that flows back and her layers are going to come forward, so it's going to create quite a bit of movement without cutting too much because we like to keep this length. We are going to start by creating a central part. Also let's see where her natural parting seems to be. Pretty much in the center.