By Brittany Banda
Who says dark-haired clients can’t have high contrast, dimensional color? When 2019 Warm Balayage #ONESHOT Winner Brittany Banda aka @texasbalayage shared this warm-toned brunette color on her Insta we NEEDED the formula (and to share it of course)! Scroll for Brittany’s products used, formulas and steps below!
Who Did It
1. Create three wide, upside down triangle panel sections on either side of the head and in the back, for a total of nine sections. Surface paint panels with Formula A, lifting to a level 7 or 8 with dark yellow/ orange undertones.
2. To tone, apply Formula B at the bowl.
Pro Tip: To create high dimension, you need to have more dark then light in your color, Brittany explains. So don’t be afraid of the hair lifting as high as you want it, it will just create more depth within the color.
We can’t decide which style we love more, straight or wavy!