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Hand Touch Color: Blonding Technique

Learning new techniques can help you deliver personalized results for your color clients. The Hand Touch blonding technique from Truss artist Mickey Colon is an exciting way to create individualized finishes.

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Step One To Beige Blonde

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.

How-To Untangle Teasylights Properly

Teasylighting the hair is a great technique to prevent any line of demarcation when highlighting, but tangles usually result after processing. Here Mickey Colon shares how-to gently remove the teased lengths.

Make Space in the New Year for Your Dream Clients

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.

New Client, New Look

This virgin haired client decided it was time for a new look. It took almost 9 hours, but was worth the wait.

2 Steps To A Better Blend

Although this looks like a more complicated correction, this client's new colorist was able to offer a better blend in just two steps.

MAKEOVER: Major Upgrade In 2 Steps

Daniel Mora creates amazing transformations using tasteful foil placement and uncomplicated formulations, allowing the client to style her hair to let the color pop or disappear. This makeover is perfect example of his technique.

Vanilla Blonde Balayage: Process, Formulas, and Tips for Success

We just love the work of this UK-based colorist. She shares some great strategies for creating your best color work and most beautiful balayage finishes.

How to Make the Most of Trading Services for Social Media Recognition

If you're going to offer free services to an influencer, here's what to consider asking of them. Great advice from a stylist who is, himself, a must-follow.

New Client - New Color

This client found her new colorist through a post on Facebook. Good idea to ask your clients to give you a shout-out in their posts? The answer is yes.

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