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5 Tips to Achieving Long, Healthy Hair

We are all about finding silver linings right now to being at home for weeks on end, and one of those bursts of positivity are about giving our hair the chance to just "be." That being said, there is no better time to focus on hair health and allowing it to grow out.

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Working ON My Business When I Can't Work IN It

Working with clients may have been taken away from me and many others but I do have the option of working on my business and preparing for when I re-open. 

MAKEOVER: Bold, Blended, Low Maintenance

Get the details for this makeover for a client who drives 6 hours to meet with her favorite colorist.

6 Tips for Maximizing Advanced Education

"Learning is a career-long process," says Eva Scrivo, balayage expert, salon owner, educator, Master Colorist and author. "When you stop learning, you stop caring."

Brightening Up: The Once A Year Refresh

Montana Schmidt (@paintslikeschmidt) of Kevin and Co, Danville, IL. says "I’ve been best friends with this girl for about 8 years now and she has the thickest most gorgeous hair. I hadn’t done her hair in almost a whole year, so of course she was ready to go brighter."

MAKEOVER: From Balayage Blonde To Dimensional Red

Get the details for this lovely new shade, where the existing balayage highlights were put to good use.

The Satisfying Blonde

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.

Two Sessions To Hot Blonde

Amy Koepke says her new client came in "hating where her hair was at. It was way warmer  and darker than she wanted and there were a couple of different bands throughout. Our goal was to get her in a cooler lighter place with the time we had while maintaining the integrity of her hair." Mission accomplished.

COLOR CORRECTION: Killing The Brass

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.

COLOR CORRECTION: Babylights, Balayage and Slices For The Win

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.