Do you have a blond hair for a very long time and you just want to have your natural hair color back? Maybe you just can’t take it when you see that your roots have grown and you need to make an appointment AGAIN.
Having blond hair is maybe sexy, but it is hard to maintain. You need to maintain it almost every month which can be hard for your wallet and your hair. So, for all of you that wish to get your natural hair color back here is a helpful guide told by Dell Miller, director and master colorist from LA Spoke & Weal.
The technique: Your stylist need to color your hair strategically selected by hand not with foil (the balayage technique) in order to add sheer midlights and lowlights with a color that will be close to your natural hair color.
The color: Remember when you will be explaining your stylist about the color you need to use the terms “subtle shades” and “soft blonde”. With these terms the stylist will stick to a natural color instead brightening your hue. Also, he will need to add some “warm tones” so that your hair won’t look mousy when the hair will become darker. Gloss and shine treatments will help in maintaining your color rich.
The process: The time of the process will depend on you, but to avoid damaging your hair it will be great for the transition to be done in three visits.
The products: Dell Miller recommends Sun Care Protective Hair Veil, Aveda Color Conserve Shampoo and Conditioner, Color Conserve Daily Color Protect and Aveda Brilliant Damage Control Spray.