Lindsey Benitez (@lindseybenitez) calls this finished shade Chestnut Praline Latte. It is not a dramatic shift but the added dimension results in a yummy color.
STEPS and FORMULA
Using all Schwarzkopf USAhaircolor, alternating between a slice and weave from nape to crown with 7-0 and 7-4 and 10 volume randomly thin sliced and teased a couple sections with blondme bleach with 20 volume. Also worked same formulations through sides but sliced in more blonde.
At shampoo bowl, toned beneath natural root with 7-1 and combed down.
Alicia Urban (@aliciaurbanhair), a L’Oréal Professionnel Artist based Haute Headz Salon, Tallahassee, Florida, says “My client's hair had been fading back to red and brassiness every time she had her color done. She wanted to transition back to brunette while still leaving dimension and no warmth.” Here Urban shares the details for this makeover, using all L’Oréal Professionnel color:
Tess Howroyd (@HairByTessMarie) of Kharma Design Studio in Victoria, B.C., says her client has not done her hair for almost nine months. It was time for a refresh. Here Howroyd shares the details for this color update.
Alyssa Wiener (@lysseon), a Head Stylist and Colorist at Stylin', Norwalk, CT, says that she and best friend Madeline, decided to spice up her hair. “We always do some type of gingery blonde, but this time we decided to go all out!” How-to here.
Lauren Pettinelli (@breakingbronde), co-owner of Monroe on Mane, Sturbridge, MA, says this was this client’s 5th session in the lightening process, “We started about a year and a half ago." Check out the results from the latest visit.
Jenn Malone (@jmalonehair) at Agence Salon, San Dimas, California, says her client "had 85% virgin hair. Her goal is to be a 'rooty' platinum blonde while still keeping the 'lived in' look. My main goal was to get her to her desired color, while still maintaining the integrity of her hair. Patience is the key in achieving this!" How to here.
Four lovely icy blondes were chatting up a storm at a special training for Living Proof educators. The ladies, together, represented some of the prettiest dimensional pale shades ever seen. We had to know: WHAT IS YOUR FORMULA. Here they share.