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From the front hairline to the crown take 4 triangle sections (curving the last bottom right triangle) leave the hair from crown to the nape out.
Starting from the crown working towards the nape, take diagonal sections and apply Colour A to all the roots. On the mid-lengths and ends alternate Colours B, C and D working visually and intuitively. Place a foil in between each colour section.
Repeat this on next curved triangle section on the right and apply Colour A to the roots. On the mid-lengths and ends again alternate Colours B, C and D working visually and intuitively.
On the front right triangle section, apply Colour A to the roots and apply colour B to the mid-lengths and ends. The last few sections near the front hairline, apply Colour D to the mid-lengths and ends.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 on the opposite side to complete the colour technique.