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I bought the David Velasco books and got them last week and just can't put them down !! I have been doing hair 20 years and got serious about hair color about 12 years ago, this education is the best out there bar none !!! So if you have been doing color for many years & think you might no all there is about hair color my advice is to purchase these books and you will see just all that we need to learn is in his education !!! Thanks David for giving us the info. you've learned through the years !!!

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Blog Posts

Understanding Natural or Neutral Base Colors



The terms Natural and Neutral in haircolor formulation can seem confusing at times because it doesn’t really tell you what color base you are actually using.



This article will clear up any confusion you might have and tell you exactly when and why to use these colors.

This article is brought to…

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Posted by David Velasco on January 26, 2015 at 12:32pm — 6 Comments

How to Do a Bleach-Out on Previously Highlighted/Bleached Hair

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Note: This procedure applies to clients that are heavily highlighted with lightener (Bleach). If a client is just highlighted with a tint the…

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Posted by David Velasco on January 11, 2015 at 12:31pm — 23 Comments

Secrets of ASH BASE COLORS

 

Secrets of ASH BASE COLORS

 

Ash base colors are obviously colors that are made with primarily Blue Bases.  Blue, by itself, is a primary color and,…

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Posted by David Velasco on November 24, 2014 at 10:37am — 25 Comments

3 Secret Ground Rules for Working on Gray Hair

When working on 75% to 100% Gray (non-pigmented) hair, there are several Ground Rules that we must abide by if we are going to be successful at gray coverage.



In my book, "Great Gray Coverage",

I discuss six of these ground rules in detail.…

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Posted by David Velasco on October 19, 2014 at 8:04am — 9 Comments

The #1 Secret To Formulating Haircolor (VIDEO)

 

 

In today’s lesson I am going to share with you the

# 1 Secret to…

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Posted by David Velasco on October 11, 2014 at 1:29pm — 9 Comments

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