Beth Minardi: How to Ombré with Modern Reds

Think brown and gold tones have cornered the ombré market? Well, guess again, because acclaimed color artist, Beth Minardi, wants to introduce you to Cherry Bombré, brunette's red-hot version of the popular light/dark graduated foiling technique. In one simple video, Beth teaches you exact, step-by-step instructions so you can bring a delicious ruby flush to even the deepest, darkest manes…subtle-but-sexy glimpses of red tones that add energy and dimension to your brunette clients. We know this Bombré video will get you stoked, so cozy up to the fire right here...


About: Beth Minardi has dedicated her professional life to the elevation of  salon haircolor to an art form.  For almost thirty years, she has worked both behind the chair as a star colorist, and has been instrumental in the development of several of the top color brands in use today.  Beth began her colorful career at Clairol, where she became director of education.  At Redken, she traveled, training thousands of color professionals, and penned the monthly Shades EQnewsletter. As an integral part of her current work at Joico, Beth created her own exclusive brand of professional Color:  Beth Minardi Signature Shades, a collection of 77 intermixable conditioning colors. With industry legend, Sam Brocato, she opened STUDIO B Hair, a salon oasis located on Manhattan's luxurious Upper East Side.  She continues to lecture and teach extensively.  Beth resides in New York City with her Poodle 'person,’ Mango.

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