I totally forgot How much fun I always had making haircolouring Tutorials so I am going to start it all over again, this time I am using Spectrum Noir markers and sometimes Prismacolor Pencils with sansodor. And I used this gorgeouss Michelle digistamp fromMilkCoffee digistamps" target="_blank">MilkCoffee digistamps digistamps.
So for this blondish redhead you need the numbers TN2-TN3-TN6. First thing is you colour the whole hair part with the TN2. Never mind if you colour outside the lines you can always remove that with your Blender pen LOVE MY BLENDER PEN!!
Then you start to colour with the TN3 you colour a little bit at the roots of the hair and on the end of the hair. You also skip one hair line with this colour.
Now you colour with the TN6 the skipped hairlines, a little bit at the roots and at the end showing you pieces of the TN2 which with we started this quick tutorial.
Now you take the TN2 again and start to slowly blend the haircolours together. I didn’t wanted a big difference in the haircolour but if you use higher TN numbers you get more highlights in it. I wanted a smoothly blondish redhead for this Michelle.
Then Icoloured her totally with one layer of Spectrum Noir markers. Colours used DR3 for the red, EB3 for the fence, BG1 and BG2 for the streetstones.DG2 for the hedges,GD3 for the yellowflowers, CG4 for the coffee cup, BG7 for the boots, BG6 for the dress and bag and I used BT3 to draw a cloud behind Michelle and coloured the rest of the background with it. For her skin I used FS8, FS6 and PP2 for the blush. I always start with the blush and then add the skin tones so it blends better.
And this is Michelle finished after I coloured the rest with the Prismacolour pencils.
Well it is a short tutorial but I still hope you liked it