Pulp Riot educator Pedro Plastic shares how he used intergalactic hues to liven up a clean blonde with an opposite shade technique
Creative colour maestro Pedro Plastic has built a rep for taking the socials by storm with his effortlessly blended colour work and exceptional precision. Pedro recently created this seamless, multi-tonal look and we’ve got the juicy details on how to mix up your own intergalactic creation.
“As an artist I see hair as my canvas. I develop my inspirations from art, design and architecture; colour inspiration comes from any kind of source, and I love creating different combinations,” Pedro explains. “When I imagine a painting, I imagine it on hair and from there I try to recreate it on my client’s hair.”
Pedro breaks down how to achieve the opposite shade technique.
Mix Pulp Riot semi-permanent colour: 20g Clear, 3g Nuclear and 10g Cleopatra for the roots
For the middle, use 1/2 Ghost Blood and 1/2 Mercury
Blend into Nightfall and Noir at the ends
All process made on tape extensions prior being installed.
Get the look
Step one: Begin by using Pulp Riot Blonde AF + 20v to pre-lighten the hair and allow 45 minutes developing time.
Step two: Next, shampoo the hair twice using K18 Peptide Prep Shampoo.
Step three: Then, use K18 Leave-in Molecular Repair Hair Mask and allow four minutes before drying the hair.
Step four: Now, apply colours on dry hair from roots to ends, as above.
Step five: Allow the colour to develop for 40 minutes before rinsing with high pressure cold water.
Step six: Complete the look by using ghd Platinum+ Straightener for styling as well as K18 Serum. And finish by brushing the hair using a Denman brush.