Makeover: DIY Bleacher To Professional and Perfect Icy White

Maggie Mulhern | July 8, 2016 | 3:01 PM
A serious hair color correction (from bad blonde to Icy white) by Taylor Rae.

Taylor Rae (@taylorrae_hair) of Vito Pini Salon, Denver, Colorado, says "This client lives in Germany and works as a flight attendant. She made an appointment with me for when she would be in Denver on layover. She bleaches her own hair at home and could never quite achieve that perfect white blonde. This is one of the most requested colors by my clients."

Here Rae shares how she helped this client achieve her goal:

Step 1: To the root area apply Wella Blondor Multi Blonding powder and 20 volume.

Step 2: Apply Blondor and 10 volume through the yellow bands. Brazilian Bond Builder added to each formula.

Step 3: Process for 40 minutes lifting to a level 10. Rinse.

Step 4: Tone with Wella Color Touch 10/81, 8/81 and 10/6 with double 13 volume (blended with Brazlian Bond Builder). Process for 20 minutes.

Step 5: Finish with Kerastase Ciment Thermique, Kerastase Elixir Oil and Oribe Royal Blowout. 

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