From red/copper ombre to creamy blonde Balay for my girl @loulou.tess
First doing a colour extraction removing artificial pigment red/copper followed by a all over colour counteracting the golden tones from extraction , followed by back to back foils using @olaplex to lighten as much as possible without damage , finishing off with a root fade and zone toning achieving this awesome result BOOM *note - This is a 6+ hour job and a $400+ process .
Balayage GONE WRONG (when a tint is used to to take the roots darker- it usually results in them being lighter and orange!) - and how I fixed it S W I P E across to see my lowlighting technique and the end result. Comment below if you want my formula #colourcorrection#hairfix#bixiecolour@bixiecolour
Sitting one & sitting two.
Don't be disheartened when your desired shade hasn't been achieved in one sitting at the hairdressers, we are only human and unfortunately don't have magic wands clients who have darker hair & who carry warmth it's near enough impossible to create a clean, even blonde in just one sitting without damaging your hair. To achieve blonde tones like we often see all over social media costs money, takes time and requires home after care to keep the brassy tones at bay! (& most of the time a filter is used to edit the true colour!!) *no filters used in the above picture* #kellymariehairdressing#colourcorrection#balayageombre#hairdresser#somerset#prettyhairtakestime
It’s not often that I do something other than blonde, but I love a good rich chocolate brown she previously had some faded blue that turned green, with a little colour correcting and we have a beautiful brown. Swipe to see before