Two Sessions Of Balayage For a One-Of-A-Kind Color Design
Liz Jeffrey (@lizjeffrey) of LOUD Hair House, Windsor, Ontario, specializes in balayage and her toning formulas are always custom made in order to achieve a unique color. "Sometimes this means mixing different color lines," says Jeffrey. "I like my clients to leave with a one-of-a-kind formula."
Here, she shares the details for this one-of-a-kind makeover:
Step 1: Balayage throughout using Wella Freelights mixed with 50 volume developer for the darker areas. For the previously lightened areas use 40 volume with Olaplex. Wrap in plastic wrap.
Step 2: Process for 40 minutes with the last 15 minutes under an infrared air processor.
Step 3: Tone root and mid shaft area with 7-1 , 0-22, 7-4 Schwarzkopf Igora Royal with equal parts 7BA Joico Lumishine blended with 10 volume developer. Tone ends with 8Ab Redken Chromatics plus 8-1, 0-22, 8-4 Igora Royal plus 9/8 and 8/38 Wella Kolestone Perfect, all blended with 10 volume developer.
Step 1: Balayage all hair using Wella Freelights mixed with 50 volume for any regrowth and remaining darker pieces, and 40 volume with a splash of 50 volume and Olaplex on the rest. Wrap all hair in plastic wrap.
Step 2: Process for 30 minutes with the last 15 minutes under the infrared color processor.
Step 3: Tone root area with 8Ab and 8P Redken Chromatics plus 8-11 , 8-4 and a pinch of 0-22 Schwarzkopf Igora Royal, all blended with 10 volume. Tone mid-shaft and ends with 9Ba Joico Lumishine plus 10/8 Wella Kolestone Perfect plus 10-21 Schwarzkopf Igora Royal and Blondme Ice all blended with 10 volume developer.
Originally posted on Modern Salon.