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Summer Service to Offer: Sand-Drift Balayage by Kadus Professional

Lauren Salapatek | June 2, 2017 | 10:22 AM
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HOW-TO: Sand-Drift Balayage

Inspired by shifting sand and sunlight, Kadus Professional's Sand-Drift Balayage service evokes soft textured waves and golden highlights, setting the standard for classic balayage.

One of five new techniques in Kadus Professional's new Sea-Quilibrium Direction, Sand-Drift Balayage is a Sea~Craft Balayage service, completed with free-hand color application that enables total creativity and allows colors to masterfully blend for an authentic look and feel without foils. Sea-Quilibrium gives hair natural looking color and flow, as if lightened by the sun.

Create the Sand-Drift Balayage look by following the step-by-step above, along with further instruction in this video how-to:  

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