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Formula Breakdown: Babylights and Balayage for Beautiful Blonde

Anne Moratto | February 19, 2016 | 2:41 PM

Mirna Pridham (@hairbymirna), a hairdresser at Shannon Hair Salon, created a head full of natural highs and lows for her guest. The result is a beautiful, natural blonde with shine and dimension.

FORMULA BREAKDOWN from Mirna:

STEP 1: I did babylights around the face using Wella Blondor Freelights with 30 volume.

STEP 2: 6/7 6/0 Wella Color Touch with 13 percent on the base.

STEP 3: Balayage throughout the rest of the hair with Wella's Blondor Freelights and 40 volume.

STEP 4: After I shampooed, I did root shadowing at the bowl with 7/1, 8/0 Wella Color Touch.

STEP 5: Finally, I glossed her with 9nb and 9p Redken Shades Eq.

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