Abigail Myers says, “My client’s goal was to be an icy yet natural blonde with a soft root shadow and a contrasting money piece." A correction was also needed. After some babylights, slices and balayage, mission accomplished.
This client wanted to get back to beige blonde, but her new colorist was surprised that the client had placed a 6N over her previously lightened hair. Acknowledging it would take a few sessions, Cassandra Marie Bartosch ended up with lovely results after the first session. Details here.
“This was my clients first time in my chair,” Andreana Nunez (@Dreeanaloveee), Agence Salon, San Dimas, CA., says. “She was ready for a change and believed I could make her hair dreams come true." Details here.
Christina Luck (@cjluck_hair) of northern Idaho, says her amazing client has been trying to get that silver white blonde for years by bopping around to different salons, and that with the right formulation, she was able to get her there in just one session. Details here.
This advice comes from a blonding specialist we have followed for years. After having to rebuild her clientele several times, she has learned the best ways to create a career and clientele that feels right for her.
In this video tutorial, colorist Ellie Toia creates a shadow root to blend her client's grownout color and give her a more natural lived-in blonde using Schwarzkopf Professional's new line, tbh—true, beautiful, honest.
Get the details for this color correction on a client who waited a year for a touch up. Her colorist used all her tricks including babylights, balayage, foilyage, shadow root and some great toning for an amazing result.