This client came in with previously lightened hair, an extremely brassy band and about 3 inches of level 2 regrowth.The goal in this how-to was to get her to a solid level 10 icy white.
Gioryi Darwich (@Gigi_your_stylist) of Elegant Studio, Philadelphia, PA, had quite the challenge when she met this client who did not want a touch up. "She actually wanted to keep the top dark brown." Darwich realized thin, back-to-back highlights would erase the band.
Heather Hardesty (@heath01234) of Studio 417 (@Studio417Salon), Springfield, MO, had quite a correction for this client. Here she shares the details using all Wella color.
Lauren Kovalick (@laurkhair) of Bombshell Salon Ellicott City MD (@bombshellsalon) says, "Our Guest came in to the salon with grown out chunky highlights and faded uneven tones. She was looking for a more organic, softer blend and a more intense blonde on the ends." Here she shares the how-to.
This technique, by L'Oreal Professionnel Artist Brooke Evans from Forma Collective Salon in Englewood, CO, shows how you can transform a client with dull and faded hair into a look that's glossy with luminous shine.
Brassy or yellow-looking hair is a common hair color woe, but it doesn't need to be a complicated fix. Here's how you can fix this color concern quickly and correctly!
This technique, by L'Oréal Professionnel Artist Shelley Mohr from Dipietro Todd Salon in San Francisco, CA, shows how you can fix color blocking and contrasting color.
Justin Kieu( @taitkieuapril05) of Huynhchi's Hair Studio, Garden Grove, CA, was able to create this dramatic transformation in just 4 hours. Here Kieu shares the details.
Madison Roulan (@mads_hair) of L'appartement Hair Boudoir, NYC, says her client ran to the salon after a little DIY blonding experiment. " As you can see her hair was patchy from self application. She came into see me to fix it," says Roulan. Here she shares the details for the correction:
This client came in with level 5 regrowth and old violet permanent lowlights. Here she shares the details for this correction.
This client came in with two inches of her natural color, about two inches of a level five band, another few inches of level seven band and pre-lightened ends. She wanted to be white blonde!
This client with natural level 1 coarse Asian hair had been lightened multiple times before this visit. "This time she wanted more of her natural black brought back into her color and to tone down the brightness," says her colorist, Brittany Briggs (@brittany_pro).