Warm Hazelnut Balayage
What happens when you combine hair painting, lowlighting and toning on one brunette canvas? For BTC Team Member Mika Rogerson (@mikaatbhc), the answer is this warm hazelnut balayage. The end result was too pretty to pass up, so we’re sharing her formulas and steps on the look. Check it out below and catch a few more of Mika’s finished shots.
Who Did It
1. Balayage using Formula A, let process and rinse.
2. Then, go back through the hair and lowlight using Formula B.
3. Tone with Formula C. (Mika used this formula to add a little bit of warmth to the color.)
4. After toning, rinse, then use the Biolage R.A.W. Color Care Shampoo and Conditioner to protect colored strands.
5. Then, because the alkaline level in color separates the hair cuticle and roughs it up during processing, use the new Biolage R.A.W. Color Care Acidic Milk Rinse to balance out the pH levels in the hair and fully seal in the color—keeping it more protected, shinier and healthier for longer.
Pro Tip: Use more of the Acidic Milk Rinse when working with coarse hair or hair that has been heavily processed. Use less if the hair is finer.
Peep the finished shots below!