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Baby Lights and Balayage for a Beautiful Beachy Blonde

Anne Moratto | September 16, 2016 | 10:42 AM

The beautiful transition from warm to cool, long to lob, was performed by editorial stylist Suzanne Henderson (@suzanne_henderson)  from Sydney, Australia.

Formula

 Starting from the nape... 

 - Full head of baby lights with bleach lighter + 20 Volume

- With the remaining hair left out balayaged in very fine pieces of bleach lighter + 30 Volume

 Toned 

- Root area - 10 gms 8.1 + 2 gms Dark grey pigment ( Wild Colour) + 5 Volume 

- Ends - 10 gms 9.1 + 10 gms 10.1 + 2 gms dark grey pigment ( Wild Colour ) + 5 volume

Finish

 - Blow dryed and styled with a one inch curling wand to give a tossled finish.

Lines used included Redken, L'Oreal and White Sands

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