The celebrities are going shorter this spring with a fun, lived-in bob. What better way to accent that new cut than with some baby-lights, a sun-kissed look – or even up a notch with Parisian Balayage? Find a colorist with know-how and you can create an amazing look like Sophia Bush. She’s on the money with a splash of color in the front and her ends have a pop which gives the illusion that she’s lighter while keeping depth at her re-growth. Maintenance is low, and you can enjoy color that looks like you spent the summer by the sea. If you’re a natural girl or just not ready for a big change, take a tip from Miranda Kerr. She accents her bob with a baby-light Balayage, painted in small pieces so it gives the illusion she’s been getting plenty of sunshine. Her new spring cut has movement and a fresh, outdoorsy feel. If you really feel like crossing over to the blonde side, take the plunge like Lucy Hale. She’s going cool blonde and can really carry the color. I say go for it! With Balyage you can paint heavy and blonde and the re-growth is still less noticeable then the traditional foil highlights.
When going from brunette to blonde remember it may takes 2-3 visits to achieve the wow blonde that you’re looking for. If you have patience and time any color is achievable. Whatever tone you like will fit right in for spring 2016. Remember to keep your color fresh with good home care. It’s important! My favorite products are Prive Shining Weightless Amplifier Shampoo and Conditioner. I also recommend Christophe Robin Baby Blonde.
It’s a color mask that helps control unwanted tones and keeps you looking great until your next visit.