Chrissy Rasmussen (@hairby_chrissy) of Habit Salon (@habitsalon) Gilbert, Arizona shares the HOW TO for this color correction on her client from Hawaii who has a natural base level 6, "but the ends are super brassy which the Hawaiian sun has turned even brassier." Rasmussen's goal is to use her natural base for an easier grow-out: STEP 1: Add highlights by weaving with Goldwell Silklift with Olaplex. STEP 2: Place random low lights with 7N Goldwell.
This is my clients 2nd time coming. She wanted to be ash blonde with a smudge root for easy grow out. So we did babylights all over with @goldwellny lightener then teased out ends. Then smudged with 7n @goldwellny colorance and 10 p on ends. by hairby_chrissy
Chrissy Rasmussen (@hairby_chrissy) owner of Habit Salon in Gilbert, Arizona, has a wonderful Instagram page filled with lots of pretty, long blonde hair. When we saw this transformation we had to know more. "This first time client came with a bumped base which turned to brass with yellow ends," she says. "She was looking to brighten and go a bit ashier." Here Rasmussen shares the HOW TO:
COLOR CORRECTION: Over Bleached To Rooty Ashy Blonde
"This was a first time client with hair that had been colored and bleached for many years, about 2 cm of natural root color that was between an 8 and 7," says Malin Holm (@moy.hairsalon) of Moy.Hair Salon, Vaasa, Finland. "We were aiming for a more natural look, cool blonde and not having to keep coloring the outgrowth every 6th week." Holm shares the how to create this rooty ashy sombre: