What’s the biggest trend in blonding right now? Everyone wants bright, eye-popping color and seriously healthy hair! With Redken, you have both! The best solution for a powerful lift but strong hair, is using a bonder at every step of the service.
“Using liquid color is the best way to get blended, yet dimensional results,” Redken Ambassador Patricia Nikole (@paintedhair) says. Get the details for this makeover, which includes balayage and toning.
This client wanted lighter and brighter hair, that didn't change much in different lighting! See how one of MODERN's favorite hairdressers used some tender loving care to bring her to her desired result.
“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.
Redken Ambassadors Jamie Sea, @prettylittleombre and Daniel Mora, @danielmbeauty, brilliantly combine brown and blonde shades to create a bronde combination for nearly everyone. Here are three of their top bronde looks, plus tips for achieving the best brondes in the business!
Marina Sellecchia (@colorbymarina) says her client with extremely brassy solid ends was looking for a more dimensional balayage look and less red. Sellecchia knew she had to create dimension and formulate properly to make it look its best and equally important, last.
Amy Malarchik has been referred to as the “Transformation Queen." This color conversion is particularly inspiring. Noting that she is the ideal client to get the brightest blonde, Malarchik says she has "a base color that just lifts to the perfect pale yellow where the toner can do everything I want it to." See what happens after some highlights and perfect toning.
"We decided to bring up the blonde and add some depth in to her hair to break up her old color. When you continue to lighten the hair over and over, it eventually starts looking more solid, so adding depth back in really helps keep dimension and make that blonde POP!"
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.