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1 114 hours ago
We’re obsessed with Sarah’s new color by Lauren Abbie Fischer 😍 This look was achieved with foils to mimic a balayage technique and an added shadow root 💕 Click “Book Now” to schedule your next appointment!
Adding a few foils to brighten Kim’s hair for summer. A nice caramel tone, perfect for people who are darker and don’t want the typical bleach blonde look. Hair by Dimi #foils#hair#sydneyhairdresser#brunette
Last chance to book for $99 foils with our emerging stylist @willowhair_dakota next week ✨
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1 215 hours ago
After 3 months of no colour are are slowly going nice & blonde! But WOW for 1st time today of a full head foils we’ve achieved a beautiful blonde! All colouring had olaplex in as well to keep the hair healthy whilst colouring!
There is still some dark there due to how long the roots was before hand... Nothing another set of full head foils can’t sort! .
N A T A L I E •
• I know I’ve posted this in the past, but I’m just OBSESSED with her natural and with HER. She has the kindest heart and soul and such a go getter. Everyone should have a Nat in their life 🧡
Watch #ManeAmbassador@cherilynrachelle create this balayage on her client’s bob, with the end goal of a more dimensional color with blondes that pop against natural looking depth. TIP: Look at the hairline to note the high front points and base brightest pops off them to mimic sunkissed highlights.
1️⃣Section out crown. For the sides, work in diagonal back sections. In a zigzag subsection ~1/4", surface paint on the lowlight using the flat of the brush. I only painted low lights on the sides to add dimension to her already blonde hair. When the sides meet in the back and make a triangle, transition to horizontal sections.
🔑TIP: Her hairline was already bright enough so I sectioned out 1/2" so the shadow sits naturally behind it. if you need more brightness on the sides, alternate highlights and lowlights with same placement.
🔑TIP: I formulated the lowlight to match her natural level for the most believable dimension.
2️⃣In back triangle, move horizontally (still under the crown section) making sure to feather the lowlights down. I use a comb in denser sections to ensure saturation.
3️⃣Section crown at natural part, and alternate painting highlights & lowlights in diagonal back sections. Work back in 1/2" sections, zigzag splitting that section in half, painting depth on the bottom and balayaging the top. **highlights in front of lowlights create major dimension.
4️⃣For added depth, smudge with 1 level darker than natural base about 1", process 5 minutes then feather down another 1/2"-1" from front to back, process 5 more minutes and feather down 1/2" further.
TIP: you could skip this step if you just want to use their natural base.
5️⃣Globally gloss with target highlight tone.
6️⃣Smile because this will grow out effortlessly!
🎨Products + Formulas:
Lowlight: @owayorganics HColor 7.01 + 6.0
Paint: @originalmineral Paint Powder + 20vol
Smudge: @owayorganics HNectar 6.1 + 9vol
Global: @owayorganics HColor 11.71 + 9vol @framar funky film to separate
79 3,39516 hours ago
Babylights realness ➡️SWIPE to see the result! 🤩 #babylights with @redken#flashliftbonderinside 10vol.
After we gave her some shadow roots with @redken 06N/06T #shadesEQ
Zone2/3: 010VV/09NW #shadesEQ
Babylights are a perfect technique to break up your dark base but still have enought depth to make your highlights really POP! ✨(btw: precision is 🔑) using my favorite @framar tools. •
A good post to share with box-dying clients 🙌 @korimtemkin breaks it down without belittling 💯 Tap the link in our bio for other posts you should share with your clients ❤️ #beautylaunchpad
🚨Have you ever had a stylist say no to you because you have box dye in your hair? Have you ever wondered what makes box dye so bad? Let’s unpack this!🚨
💥To put it as simply as I can, the difference between a box & a pro tube of color comes down to what’s in it. When you come to a salon, your stylist has a whole range of colors & developers that range in different levels of ammonia & other chemicals used to lift/color the hair. With a box, they want as many people as possible to get “results” so they put the HIGHEST levels of these chemicals. This means even if you use black or a dark color, they’re using the same chemicals made to lighten the hair, which you DONT need, especially when you’re going dark. What happens after that color is in your hair? Because the chemicals are stronger, they’re jammed way harder in to your hair & end up staining your hair at its core. Imagine I dump a latte & a cup of plain coffee onto a white carpet. Which one is going to come out easier? The more diluted one, NOT the stronger one!
💥Now let’s talk about goals! We’ve all gone dark to turn around & want to go light again. That’s OK!! But let’s go back to the carpet. If I dump 1 cup of coffee on the carpet, it may never be pure white again, but we could get it close over time. NOW imagine I dump 5 cups of coffee over the same piece of carpet & just let it sit. Have fun cleaning it then! 😂 This applies with hair too. I’ve seen miracles work & I’ve gotten people light eventually with box in their hair. But this takes a lot of time and a lot of $$$! These people tend to be extremely serious about their goal & are willing to cut their hair, pay a lot of $ and spend a lot of time with me. If you’re unwilling to do those things, let’s have a reasonable goal! Reds, caramel, different shades of brown & dark purple are more reasonable AND super beautiful!! They may take a session or 2, but at least it’s within REASON for you & your stylist. Blondes don’t have the most fun! Healthy hair does! ⚡️