Pics or it can't happen? "I personally find it difficult to communicate colors without a photo, because there are so many ranges of tones and so many different terminologies to describe those tones. Inspiration photos are a great visual representation of what colors the client wants to achieve, but they are just that: inspiration. it is always best to educate the client on the process, and that they may not receive the desired color in one session." Do you agree? 📷: @hailtothehair 🇺🇸
From virgin brunette hair to a beautiful #blonde ✨ The story behind this great work by @nicolehairstylist 🇺🇸 "My client wanted a big change and to go as light as possible. I chose foils to ensure maximum lift and took very thin sections. Not one hair was left out of the fun!" Nicole used lightener starting with 10 volume and ended with 20 volume in a 1:2 ratio and alternating slices and weaves. She did a #rootsmudge on Zone 1 using #shadeseq 06N, applied 07NA + 08N on Zone 2 and 09V + 09T on Zone 3 👏
"When converting a foil or double process to #balayage, it is my mission to blur the lines with a #lowlight with every drop section. 👉Use smaller sections
👉 Angle the brush
👉Apply cotton to avoid the hair touching the next section"
@colorbyjord 🇺🇸 Lowlight: Shades EQ 08N + 08GB. Zone 1 gloss: 09N + 09P + Clear (leave out hairline for 5 min). Hairline gloss: 09P + 09GB + Clear. Zone 2 & 3 Gloss: Clear + 09P.
This season’s backstage staple? 🆕 Triple Dry 15. Redken Global Creative Director @guidopalau misted this texturing spray to add movement to the hair at Marc Jacobs. Swipe to see the looks on the runway 😍 #redkenready
Let's talk placement & depth 🔥 @all_dunne_up 🇺🇸 says, "For this particular placement, I wanted to keep a lot of depth throughout her hair so her lightened pieces would really pop against her natural color. I painted her using traditional #balayage, framing her face, and a ribboning technique (taking a section and weaving out large pieces to paint) around her halo section for those extra pops!"
✨Shades EQ 101 ✨ Q: Should I apply #shadeseq on wet, damp or dry hair? A: Although some stylists like to apply Shades EQ to damp hair & are happy with the results, we recommend applying Shades EQ to *dry* hair for best results and maximum longevity.