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How-Tos > How-To: Bronde Balayage
January 9, 2017

How-To: Bronde Balayage

Starting Level:

Natural Level 5

Formula A (balayage):

L’Oréal Professionnel Infinie Platine Lightener + 20-volume developer

Formula B (toner):

Matrix Color Sync 1.25 oz. 8A + 1.25 oz. 8V + 0.5 oz. Clear + 6 oz. 10-volume developer

Is it blonde? Or is it brunette? Those are the questions your on-trend clients want everyone to be asking them—because in 2017, that barely-there-but-oh-so-beautiful bronde shade is going to be so in. So, when Ivan Hernandez’s (@justhairobsession) client came in looking for a color refresh and gave him free range with his hair-painting skills, he went to work on this gorgeous ashy bronde. And, needless to say, Instagram loved it. Here’s how he did it.

 

Pricing
Hair-Painting = $155
Toning = $65
Haircut = $65
Total = $285

COLOR FORMULAS

Starting Level:

Natural Level 5

Formula A (balayage):

L’Oréal Professionnel Infinie Platine Lightener + 20-volume developer

Formula B (toner):

Matrix Color Sync 1.25 oz. 8A + 1.25 oz. 8V + 0.5 oz. Clear + 6 oz. 10-volume developer

HOW-TO STEPS

1

 Starting around the face, backcomb balayage strands into a foil using Formula A.

2

Working in 1-inch sections from left to right, tease every section and paint in a V-shape, always feathering your brush upward. Be sure to leave out 1½ inches at the top of the head in order to create your contrast.

Starting Level:

Natural Level 5

Formula A (balayage):

L’Oréal Professionnel Infinie Platine Lightener + 20-volume developer

Formula B (toner):

Matrix Color Sync 1.25 oz. 8A + 1.25 oz. 8V + 0.5 oz. Clear + 6 oz. 10-volume developer

3

 Let the hair process for 30 minutes with no added heat.

4

Next, rinse and tone using Formula B. Ivan first sectioned out the hairline and toned the remaining strands for 5 minutes. Then he applied the toner all over, letting it process for 5 more minutes.

5

 Style as desired. Ivan used a 1 ½-inch Marcel curling iron and Moroccanoil® finishing spray to complete his look.