The money piece has been a classic hair color technique for the past several seasons, adding sunkissed warmth to face-framing layers. Get ready for a new, edgier twist on the classic money piece: the High Contrast Reverse Money Piece from the Rouge de CHI Collection from the hair artists at Farouk Systems, Inc. made exclusively for the LG CHI Color Master Factory.

Pairing a neutral, beige blonde base with a darker, face-framing mocha money piece, this look artfully frames the face, adding a touch of warmth while it accentuates the cheekbones. Appropriate for any setting, this look adds a touch of natural edge to your client’s look, helping them look anything but basic this season.

Rouge de CHI High Contrast Reverse Money Piece

Get the Look

Formula 1: Mix CHI Bleach & Shine with 20 volume CHI Developer using a 1:2 ratio and add 3 pumps of CHI Bond Rebuilder.

Step 1: Mist hair with CHI Bond & Seal.

Step 2: Section hair into 4 quadrants.

Step 3: Begin in the nape and apply lightener in 1” sections. Apply from root the ends staying 1/8th-inch away from the scalp all over to perform a complete bleach out.

Step 4: Process until desired level is achieved.

Step 5: Rinse and shampoo with CHI Royal Treatment Clarifying Shampoo and follow with CHI Royal
Treatment Clarifying Treatment and blow dry.

Toner Formulas
(Apply To Dry Hair)

Toner Formula 1: ½ oz 6CM + ½ oz 6G + 2 shots Gold Additive + 1 oz 10 volume CHI Developer formulated with the LG CHI Color Master Factory

Toner Formula 2: 2 oz 11I + 1 oz 11N + 3 shots of Violet + 3 oz 10 volume CHI Developer formulated with the LG CHI Color Master Factory

Step 6: Section the crown, leaving the fringe out.

Step 7: Apply Toner Formula 1 to the fringe and panel above the ear underneath the crown parting.

Toner Formula 3: 2 oz 11I + 1 oz 11N + 3 shots of Violet + 3 oz 10 volume CHI Developer formulated with the LG CHI Color Master Factory

Step 8: Apply Toner Formula 3 to all remaining blonde hair.

Step 9: Process for 30 minutes at room temperature.

Step 10: Shampoo the hair using CHI Royal Treatment Color Gloss Shampoo and follow with CHI Royal Treatment Color Gloss Conditioner.

Haircut Step-By-Steps

Step 1: Section hair into 3 sections (middle part with 2 sections and one large section in the back).

Step 2: Comb the hair straight down, cut to your desired length in the center and over direct to the center to leave length on the sides and front.

Artist tip: Start at the center for an even outcome.

Step 3: Continue taking sections until the entire back section has been completed.

Step 4: Once you have reached the top section, cut vertically to create texture, and do this across for the entire top section.

Step 5: Comb the hair straight down and check for inconsistencies and even without elevating the hair.

Step 6: To add more texture, take 1-inch square section from the top, comb straight up and point cut.

Step 7: Comb side sections straight down and tilt the head to the opposite direction without lifting the hair cut the front to desired length.

Step 8: For bang section using triangle method, comb up a vertical section and cut diagonally (towards yourself) and pull each sub section to the middle.

Artist tip: Use CHI Bond & Seal as a cutting agent.

Step 9: Starting at the crown, comb all the hair forward. Take a middle subsection and point cut to blend into the bangs. Take sections from the side, comb up, and point cut.

Step 10: Take the front section down and cut to desired length at an angle to leave the front longer.

Step 11: Go back with texturizing shears to add some texture and dimension in the bang area.

LG CHI Color Master Factory

This salon-changing innovation by Farouk Systems, Inc. Founder and Chairman, Dr. Farouk Shami, was designed to empower colorists to utilize the power of technology to create an endless array of colors and set their creativity on fire. This machine is created as an invitation to artists to embrace their passion and ignite their craftsmanship without limitations. Now, with the Rouge de CHI collection and the LG CHI Color Master Factory, colorists can transcend boundaries and explore new possibilities. Explore this dynamic fusion of art and technology, where red is more than just a color; it is a symbol of endless possibility.