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- Swipe left. Color Correction from WPB- Beginning color was a grown out scalp bleach base break with muddy ends. How to fix it??? Start by mixing a shifting color 6/0 6/3 and 4 .0 Wella Color Touch and your highlight formula Sunlights and 40 volume. Begin by painting the breaks with small triangles and crochet Balayage pieces . This color melt technique will eliminate the hard regrowth lines and blend the natural color back into the hair. Paint was glazed with 9/03 and a few inches of 6/35 ( yes RV) to pearlize and soften. Rather than try to fix this by putting a base color BACK on the hair , I gave it the optical illusion that she just painted her natural hair however I corrected the orange line in the process .πŸ’› #sunlightsbalayage #wellahair #candyshaw
- Swipe left. Color Correction from WPB- Beginning color was a grown out scalp bleach base break with muddy ends. How to fix it??? Start by mixing a shifting color 6/0 6/3 and 4 .0 Wella Color Touch and your highlight formula Sunlights and 40 volume. Begin by painting the breaks with small triangles and crochet Balayage pieces . This color melt technique will eliminate the hard regrowth lines and blend the natural color back into the hair. Paint was glazed with 9/03 and a few inches of 6/35 ( yes RV) to pearlize and soften. Rather than try to fix this by putting a base color BACK on the hair , I gave it the optical illusion that she just painted her natural hair however I corrected the orange line in the process .πŸ’› #sunlightsbalayage #wellahair #candyshaw
- Swipe left. Color Correction from WPB- Beginning color was a grown out scalp bleach base break with muddy ends. How to fix it??? Start by mixing a shifting color 6/0 6/3 and 4 .0 Wella Color Touch and your highlight formula Sunlights and 40 volume. Begin by painting the breaks with small triangles and crochet Balayage pieces . This color melt technique will eliminate the hard regrowth lines and blend the natural color back into the hair. Paint was glazed with 9/03 and a few inches of 6/35 ( yes RV) to pearlize and soften. Rather than try to fix this by putting a base color BACK on the hair , I gave it the optical illusion that she just painted her natural hair however I corrected the orange line in the process .πŸ’› #sunlightsbalayage #wellahair #candyshaw

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