The Color Stylist Announces How to Get "Florence and the Machine" Red

Share Article announces how to get Florence Welch's, lead singer of "Florance and the Machine," vibrant red hair by using The Colorist Formula's guidelines.

People over complicate how they do hair color. If you use this simple formula, it comes out right every time.

On Wednesday, April 11th, a website run by a Westlake Village hairstylist,
announced a new step by step method to hair coloring by utilizing the guidelines of "The Colorist Formula". The Color Stylist, a hair color expert, demonstrates how to go from any level of brunette to a rich auburn using Florence Welch's vibrant red locks as an example.

"Florence and the Machine" are an English pop band. They released their debut album in the United Kingdom in July 2009. That album was in the UK top forty for sixty-five consecutive weeks and then in 2010 won them a Grammy for Best New Artist. "Florence and The Machine" have recently announced their involvement in this summers Lallapalooza, which will be taking place in Grant Park, Chicago on August 3-5.

Professionals and at home colorist alike have been trying to find an easy method to get predictable hair coloring results for years. Cool toned blonds, rich brunettes and vibrant reds are often desired and not always easily obtained. The Colorist Formula takes a step by step approach to obtaining perfect and predictable color every time starting with any natural hair color tone and level. "The Colorist Formula" simplifies the rules of hair color theory. Any professional stylist, at home novices or just someone who would like to be more knowledge on how hair color works can use it.

The Color Stylist Editor said "People over complicate how they do hair color. If you use this simple formula, it comes out right every time." is a blog written by a Westlake Village Hairstylist.
It discusses what is trending in the hair and beauty industry today and how that is related to the desires of the clients in the chair and the motivation of the stylist behind the chair.

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