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How-To: Warm Champagne Blonde

This elegant, “uptown” blonde is brought to you by three key players. Kenra Professional National Artistic Manager Oliver Shortall used Kenra Color Simply Blonde Beyond Bond Lightener—with its inner and outer cuticle bonding complex--to create the highlights. Simply Blonde Ultra Lift did the job on the base color. (It lifts up to four levels in a single application.) And the luminous, candlelight finish is courtesy of a combination of gold and rose Simply Blonde Sheer Tone.

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Create a Blonde Shimmer with Schwarzkopf Professional True Beautiful Honest Color

Create a cool highlight with pastel toning using the new Schwarzkopf Professional tbh—true beautiful honest color line

How-To: Blonde Bombshell Blowout

Blonding specialist Kim Bruce, @themisfitblonde, shares her secret to the perfect blowout: Hot Tools' One Step Blowout brush.

How-to Remove Oil-Based Color and Direct Dyes

Tough-to-budge hair color take note: these two Malibu C products are not playing.

Toasted Coconut: How One Instagram Post Changed an Artist's Life

In September of 2018, Kayluh Stewart shared a photo of her work that would change her life as a colorist. One year later, MODERN catches up with Stewart.

Icy Blonde: Correcting and Maintaining Brassy Highlights

See how one stylist corrects and maintains brassy highlights.

CORRECTION: From Warm To Cool - Going For Bright Blonde

This client found her new colorist on Instagram and was willing to travel a great distance to get the bright blonde she had been looking for. Get the details and formula here.

How to Achieve Brighter Blondes with Less Maintenance

Erin Mills is a stylist and salon owner in Orlando, Florida, who specializes in blonding. In this video tutorial, Mills demos her umbrella pattern using Alfaparf color to achieve bright blondes with low maintenance for healthier hair.

How to Blend and Refresh Balayage

Blonding specialist Kelsey Ring demos how to bring life back into faded balayage using Milk_Shake's Blue Decologic Lightener.

Create a Blended Balayage Without the Brass

It's time to kick some brass! Get that balayage effect but without the balay-tendency to pull warm.