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How-To: Warm Bronde Balayage

Elizabeth Jakaitis | October 10, 2016 | 8:03 AM
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Mark South (@southmarksouth) gave his client a beachy bronde hue that can easily carry a client from summer into fall. His balayage placement created a sombre finish, with a soft transition from darker roots to lighter ends. The blend of light and dark tones creates a natural look that flatters all skin tones. 

Get more stylist tips on achieving the perfect bronde here.


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COLOR FORMULAS:

Formula 1: Joico VeroLight Lightener + 35 volume Developer with Olaplex 1

Formula 2:  Matrix ColorSync toner equal parts 8 violet + 8 pearl and 10 volume Developer


APPLICATION:

1. Balayage in foils with formula 1 to create an ombre.

2. Process to a level 8 and rinse thoroughly and apply Olaplex 2 as directed.

3. Shampoo and apply formula 2 Let sit for 10 min.

4. Rinse, condition and style as desired.

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