alas! my blonde hair vids about the process, products used, and purple shampoos are LIVE on my IGTV! 💥 each vid is less than 5 mins and gives you a quick rundown of how i achieve my blonde hair look. check ‘em out. BLONDE4LYFE! 💁🏼♀️💎 #brooxie
I love clients that make my job so easy😭😍 My client comes in wanting to keep around her face bright and her balayage looking fresh! I’ve been using the new goldwell pigment drops in all my toners and I am so obsessed! I toned this beauty with 10 cream and 3 drops of the blue pigment drops! #hairbylexi
I can’t get over this 😭
Swipe ⬅️ to see this transformation 😍
It’s still not perfect but this has come a long way. It takes two to make this magic happen. I do what I can, which is magic not miracles. I mainly focus on what’s best for her hair. She does what she needs to do in order to maintain strong integrity within the hair shaft at home in between services. If it wasn’t for her commitment to wanting to be as blonde as possible, she would not be blonde but compromised. Her hair has been lighten about 7 times, not including color extracting and toning. We are aiming for a rooted white blonde with no layers. She decided to slowly cut off a couple layers each session to maintain as much length as possible due to her natural hair pattern.
Also, stay away from coconut oil if you have color in your hair. It removes artificial pigment causing the hair to turn brassy or remove vivid/pastel/toners. It also can create problems when lifting and make it more difficult. Lately, I’ve heard a lot of people like to do this but it’s not the best for color treated hair.
Let me know your thoughts! Have you experienced your color fading out and use coconut oil? Any one know a good vegan hair mask? •
t r a n s f o r m a t i o n
Transformation foiling pattern was used to make an overall great change. Lightened with @goldwellus starting the first few foils with 10 vol, then 15 vol, then 20 vol. Toner was @wellahair illumina 9/60 root, 10/69 ends.