Carmel Melt Formula and Tips for Sweet Success

by Anne Moratto | January 16, 2019

How wonderful is this illustration of Sue Tyrrell's @suetyrrellstylist formulas? Tyrrell is a salon owner in Grand Cayman and her Instagram feed is filled with inspiring images of seamless blends, melting color and also process videos. She says on her post for this Caramel Melt: "With balayage, my aim is to marry the mid lengths and ends together while keeping maximum dimension. "  Mission accomplished!

Wella and Redken products used and Olaplex incorporated into all formulas

1.Root Stretch
2. Babylights
3.Low light panels
4. Painted blonde panels
5. Gloss
"I’m loving Balayage in its raw state--no root gloss needed!" she concludes. "Be aware of the temperature in the room while processing; this can determine if you will get maximum lifting results."

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