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Formulas > Bright Caramelized Balayage
January 3, 2018

Bright Caramelized Balayage

By Justine Landfried

  • Formula A:

    Oligo Professionnel Blacklight Extra Blonde Lightener + 10-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

  • Formula B:

    Oligo Professionnel Blacklight Balayage Clay Lightener + 20-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

  • Formula C:

    Oligo Professionnel Blacklight Balayage Clay Lightener + 10-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

  • Formula D:

    Paul Mitchell PM Shines 9BV + Processing Liquid + Olaplex No.1

From rich shades of mocha and lucious latte-esque blends to subtle hints of caramel, we are seriously loving the rise of coffee-inspired hair. The latest take on this trend comes from Massachusetts -based colorist Justine Landfriend (@thefaithfulblonde). Find out how she created this bright caramelized balayage in the steps below!

 

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Total chair time: 4 hours

Pricing: $250

 

Who Did It

Colorist: Justine Landfried
Manufacturer: BaByliss Pro; Olaplex, @olaplex; Oligo Professionnel; Paul Mitchell, @paulmitchellus

Products Used

COLOR FORMULAS

  • Formula A:

    Oligo Professionnel Blacklight Extra Blonde Lightener + 10-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

  • Formula B:

    Oligo Professionnel Blacklight Balayage Clay Lightener + 20-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

  • Formula C:

    Oligo Professionnel Blacklight Balayage Clay Lightener + 10-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

  • Formula D:

    Paul Mitchell PM Shines 9BV + Processing Liquid + Olaplex No.1

FORMULA STEPS

1. Paint babylights around the front hairline using Formula A.

 

2. Then, balayage with Formula B around the whole head. For lighter pieces of hair, apply Formula C instead.

 

3. Pretone with Oligo Professionnel Blacklight Blue Shampoo, then tone with Formula D.

 

4. Apply Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger Styling Treatment Oil, then blow-dry.

 

5. Create curls using a 1¼ inch BaByliss Pro curling iron, then finish by spraying Paul Mitchell Hot Off the Press and Paul Mitchell Hold Me Tight.