Summer Blonde Balayage
It had been several months since Cindy had been in and she was wanting something bright and different for Summer.
In the past, we had always foiled in high and low lights to give her a balanced blonde. However, with her wanting something different, I thought this was the perfect opportunity to do a nice Summer blonde balayage on her.
I started by using a color that was a little warmer than her natural at her root area. Then using a shade about 2 shades lighter, I feathered that down leaving the last 3 or so inches of her hair without any color. I then applied a lightener on her ends and painted it up through the other shades to give her that soft, subtle transition.
Here’s her end results! What do you think?
To finish off, I trimmed about 2 inches off her length and created long, textured layers to help give her hair more movement and body. Using a flat iron, I smoothed her ends and gave her loose waves to complete the perfect summer look.
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