Katelyn Quigney (@hairby_katelynq) of Nicole Lynne Salon, Allentown, Pennsylvania had quite a challenge. "This client came to me with a grown out 'at home' color done by her friend months ago. She was bleached out and then her friend applied some sort of vibrant red."
Here Quigney shares how she transformed this home-made mess into something royally professional.
Step 1: Blend Wella Koleston Perfect 55/0 20 volume and drag from root to line of demarkation.
Chelsea Branch (@chelseabranch) of "The Parlor House" (@parlorhousesalon), Monroe, Louisiana, says "Cassidy originally came to me for the first time this summer as a referral with brassy faded out color looking for a shadow root and cool blonde. Originally Cassidy and I agreed on using a demi-permanent color for her base so she didn't have to fully commit to coming in the salon every month with defined new growth along with an unpredictable work schedule.
Clark Le (@Clark_Leq) of Obadiah Salon, Bellevue, Washington says "My client had not had her hair done almost a year. She is ready to go blonder over all, but she still want to keep it low maintenance. We decided to cut 2 inches off, re-shape her hair with some soft layers and then go in with a heavy balayage to get a lot of blonde but still keep the dimension."
Here Le shares the details for this transformation:
Allyssa Cox (@allyssaofbellavoi) of Bella Voi Hair and Nail Studio, Mountville, PA. was offered a challenge. "During a consultation before her appointment, she told me that her sister is a color specialist in another state and she had asked her to color her hair like this and her sister insisted that it couldn't be done. When she told me this I saw a challenge and I was determined to get this exact color."
Here Cox shares the how-to, using the Aveda Full Spectrum series.
"This is a regular client of mine," says Connie Fusaro (@colorbycon) of The Color Cafe Hair Studio, Greenwich, Conn. "She loves to try new and different things! It's always fun doing her hair. The picture on the left was done a few months ago when she wanted to be be really blonde for the summer." And now it's time to tone down as she moves in to fall.
Here Zaccone shares the how-to:
Step 1: To the root apply Wella Color Touch 5/0 1/4 5/1.