Blonde Envy

By |2017-08-27T09:59:34+00:00April 20th, 2014|DKW Styling|0 Comments

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Blonde 101:
Placement and timing, lifting vs. depositing all place a major role in color. The same formulation on one clients does not equal the same results on another. I have noticed if you want that beige or wheat blonde, it is easier to achieve this look when depositing on bleach blondes because you have to work for your warmth.;) When adding depth and dimension to a bleach blonde I usually recommend a soft base bump (don’t over bump). A lot of times I bump the base with the same level they already are, this just gives it a softer appearance. Step out of your comfort zone of the traditional level 8 base. When lifting hair it will always pull warm, therefor you have to tone…. why do we always reach for the 9V?? Does this really do much? Try a 7 to tone, this will give you that wheat or beige appearance. Almost every time I finish a color I then free hand random pieces. This is where the timing plays a big role, bleach left on only for a couple minutes can give the ends shine. A semi permanent painted for that last few minutes can tone. It’s  about creating BALANCE in your colors.
All of these clients are wearing Natural Beaded Row Extensions For more information CLICK #1 Secret Box.

Happy Painting Everyone & think outside the BOX this week

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