You know when you get that perfect, chef’s-kiss blonde on a client who’s just decided to make the switch to the light side? There’s no better feeling…except when something’s just off. Maybe the hair doesn’t feel as soft or look quite as shiny as you were imagining. What do you do after the fact?

Blonde specialist and MODERN SALON Artist Connective Member Amy Bee (@hairbyamybee) has found a solution that she loves for reversing and protecting against damage. If you want a reliable treatment that resolves the more negative effects of lightener and chemical services, Bee recommends Lasio Follicle Filler system.

The Follicle Filler treatment system does exactly that—it fills in the follicles of the hair and seals the cuticle with beneficial ingredients like collagen, biotin and hyaluronic acid in two steps. See below for Bee’s best blonding tips and how she uses Lasio Follicle Filler to restore her clients’ hair to an even better state than before, making their blondes look brighter and more beautiful!

Balayage vs. Foiliage

Amy Bee advises that using a foiliage method is more intensive than balayage and is best for clients who want a more noticeable change. This is the perfect scenario to use the Follicle Filler system. Forget your worries about the resulting damage!

Painting + Foiling

Combining techniques is something Bee shines at, and she feels better knowing she has Lasio’s Follicle Filler to back her up. For this client, she combines a painting method with foiling to get the blonde vibe that suits her client best.

Lived-In Color

For clients looking to avoid frequent lightening or just wanting to save time and money, the Follicle Filler is a great add-on treatment to a lived-in color service for maximum repair and damage protection.

It’s easy to feel good about protecting your blonde clients (or any client) when you have a treatment like the Follicle Filler on hand. The treatment works on any hair type, adding shine and integrity to anyone’s tresses.

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