Tips for updating blonde hair color

03/26/2010 3:06:12 PM


Hair: PK Design Team; Photo: Tom Carson; Production: Global Hair and Fashion Group.

Paul Kenneth Salon in Woburn, Massachusetts, is undergoing a complete renovation for spring. With change in the air (and the hair) the talented PK Design Team took time to rehab a spotty, uneven, warm Level-9 blonde.

First for the fix: Matrix V-Light, conditioning powder bleach with 20-volume developer, applied to the regrowth until the desired degree of lightening is achieved. Then the remaining product is pulled through the ends and processed for three minutes before everything is rinsed.

For an Apple Blossom blonde that cancels excess warmth, the hair is toned with demipermanent Matrix Color Sync, 1/2 oz of Clear and 1/2 oz 10V, from scalp to ends.

Second smart idea: A seasonal color change is $80 to $115 alone, or just $90 to $128 including a cut and style. Encouraging total looks lets clients see their new hair color in its best possible light.







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