@be.you.tiful_hair_brit
@be.you.tiful_hair_brit

Brittany Kryceski @be.you.tiful_hair_brit from Jensen Beach, FL managed this home hair color situation over nearly seven hours.  The result is, of course, completely worth the time. 

"This was a 6 1/2 hour color correction," she explains. "Box dye was used at home."  Say no more.

FIRST SESSION:

  • A full head of heavy balayage/foilayage using Pulp Riot Clay Lightener and 20 volume.

SECOND SESSION:

  • A full head of highlights babylights and lowlights (7n) to help blend the line of demarcation.
  • Root melted and toned with Redken Shades Eq 6n to 9n.

HAIRCUT:

  • A six-inch chop. "The client had super thick, tailbone length hair."

COST:

  •  $100 a hour.

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