Classic Blonde To Pale Pink Champagne

Lexie Rogers (@hairbylexie) of Milagro Spa, Redbank, NJ, was there to help her client who had just finished school and was prepping for interviews. "She wanted a new color," says Rogers, who designed a pale pink champagne shade that says HIRE ME.

Here Rogers shares the HOW TO:

Step 1: Foil in small panel slices using Wella Blondor lightening powder with 10 volume.

Step 2: Balayage in V shaped sections in between the foils with Wella Freelights with 20 volume. "This is a great way to convert a client to balayage after years of foils." Process according to the manufacturers instructions and then shampoo and condition.

Step 3: Now, in between the balayage pieces in every other section, free hand paint between highlights with Wella Color ID 10/03. This will  give dimension and freedom of placement with out bleeding.

Step 4: Process with heat for 15 minutes. Shampoo and condition wth Bumble and bumble Invisible Oil. Finish with Kerastase Volumactive to give body to the blowout.

 

 

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