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Formulas > Soft Golden Blonde Dimension
April 17, 2018

Soft Golden Blonde Dimension

By Daniel Richardson

Formula A:

Wella Professionals Koleston Perfect 6/77 + 3/0 + Wella Professionals Koleston Perfect Pastel Developer (1.9%) + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

Formula B:

Wella Professionals BLONDOR FREELIGHTS + 40-volume developer + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

Formula C:

BLONDOR FREELIGHTS + 20-volume developer + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

Formula D:

Wella Professionals Color Touch 5/0 + 6/71 + Wella Professionals Color Touch Intensive Emulsion Developer (1.9%) + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

Formula E:

Color Touch 8/73 + 8/38 + Color Touch Intensive Emulsion Developer (1.9%) + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

A soft and natural golden blonde balayage is a perfect way to give your client’s locks some dimension while giving her dull ash blonde fade out a much-needed upgrade. Want to know how England-based stylist Daniel Richardson (@dannyrichohair) achieved this warm blend of blonde? Find out in the how-to steps below!

 

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Total chair time: 7 hours

Pricing: £280 (About $400)

Who Did It

Colorist: Daniel Richardson
Manufacturer: Uberliss; Wella Professionals, @WellaHairUSA

Products Used

COLOR FORMULAS

Formula A:

Wella Professionals Koleston Perfect 6/77 + 3/0 + Wella Professionals Koleston Perfect Pastel Developer (1.9%) + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

Formula B:

Wella Professionals BLONDOR FREELIGHTS + 40-volume developer + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

Formula C:

BLONDOR FREELIGHTS + 20-volume developer + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

Formula D:

Wella Professionals Color Touch 5/0 + 6/71 + Wella Professionals Color Touch Intensive Emulsion Developer (1.9%) + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

Formula E:

Color Touch 8/73 + 8/38 + Color Touch Intensive Emulsion Developer (1.9%) + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

FORMULA STEPS

1. Start by applying Formula A throughout wet hair to cancel out the ash blonde tones.

 

2. Apply Formula B around the hairline using a backcomb balayage technique. Then, hand-paint Formula C throughout the sides and back, leaving out fine pieces of hair to create dimension.

 

3. Paint Formula D throughout to create lowlights, then tone with Formula E in the back only. Do not tone the front sections. 

 

4. Rinse, blow-dry then style as desired.

 

 

Check out the formula for this bright, lived-in blonde for more natural and dimensional inspo!