Makeover: Grown Out and Faded To Ice Blonde

Maggie Mulhern | July 2, 2016 | 10:46 AM

Terra Shapiro (@terrashapiro_atjuansalon) in Sherman Oaks, California, specializes in blondes and color correction. When we saw this correction on Instagram we had to know more. 

Here Shapiro shares the how-to for this amazing makeover:

Step 1: Blend Framesi Diamond bleach with 40 volume and Olaplex. Apply one half inch off scalp to line of demarcation. Process for 30 minutes lifting to a nice orange yellow. Then pull the same formulation through roots to scalp.  Pull the same formula through to ends until all the hair is lifted to a pale yellow color.

Step 2: Rinse

Step 3: Apply Redken Shades EQ 9t and processing solution to root area (to give slight shadow root).  

Step 4: As soon as it turned color, add 9v Shades EQ to the mixture and shampoo into the rest of the hair.  

Step 5: Once desired color is reached, rinse and comb Olaplex #2 through the hair. Process for 30 minutes. Shampoo, condition and blow dry.

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