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June 5, 2019

Festival Hair: 3 Quick Ways To Create Temporary Pastel Haircolor

Festival Hair 3 Quick Ways To Give Clients Temporary Pastel Haircolor Gina Bianca @iamginabianca Tressa Watercolors Intense Shampoos
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Festival Hair: 3 Quick Techniques For Weekend Wear Pastels

Festival season is BACK baby and cool-girl clients have officially retired their flower crowns in favor of bold fashion colors. But here’s the catch: Her haircolor has to fade before it’s time to show up for her 9-to-5 on Monday morning. The solution? Weekend wear pastels. So below, we’re sharing three quick ways to create temporary pastel haircolor that’ll have your clients living out their full festival fantasy all weekend long without having to report to HR the following week. Keep scrolling for the deets!

 

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1. Weekend Wear Pastel Pink

 

Watch The Video How-To Below!

 

  • Products Used: Aloxxi InstaBoost, Aloxxi Dry Shampoo, Aloxxi Working Hairspray, Aloxxi Bombshell Volumizing Grip Styler and Aloxxi Essential 7 Oil Dry Oil Shine Mist

 

  • Takeaway Tip: InstaBoost typically lasts 10 to 15 washes, so BTC Team Member Megan Schipani (@shmeggsandbaconn) says you can mix it with shampoo or conditioner for more of a temporary longevity. “Finding the right ratio is key,” she shares. “Start by using a 1:1 ratio. If she ends up liking it, reduce the ratio of conditioner/shampoo for a longer-lasting color.”

 

Festival Hair 3 Quick Ways To Give Clients Temporary Pastel Haircolor Megan Schipani @shmeggsandbaconn Aloxxi InstaBoost
Finished look // Hair by @shmeggsandbaconn; Instagram via @behindthechair_com

 

2. Add-On Glampoo Service

 

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  • Products Used: L’ANZA Healing Haircare Visper Brush, L’ANZA Healing Color Powder Decolorizer, L’ANZA Healing ColorCare Silver Brightening Shampoo and L’ANZA VIBES.

 

  • Takeaway Tip: When applying the glampoo (which is direct dye + 10 oz. of Healing ColorCare Silver Brightening Shampoo) at the bowl, do not smush it into the hair. Instead, L’ANZA Global Healing Color Director Leah Freeman (@leahfreeman1) says to use a brush to prevent product waste and to avoid looking unprofessional. As for pricing, Leah says you can charge up to $20!

 

3. Opt For A Color-Depositing Shampoo

 

Watch The Video How-To Below!

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Takeaway Tip: Watercolors Intense Shampoos work best on Level 7 hair or higher and vibrancy depends on how long the shampoo processes on the hair. To achieve this pastel purple, BTC Team Member Gina Bianca (@iamginabianca) mixed Purple and Silver, applied it three times and then let it sit for just 3 minutes.

 

Festival Hair 3 Quick Ways To Give Clients Temporary Pastel Haircolor Gina Bianca @iamginabianca Tressa Watercolors Intense Shampoos
Finished look // Instagram via @iamginabianca

 

 

CLICK HERE to access your complete guide to braids & beauty for summer music festivals!