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Roundups > 5 Go-To Balayage Tools
July 5, 2017

5 Go-To Balayage Tools

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  • Formula A (balayage)

    Oligo Professionnel Blacklight Lightener + 20-volume developer

  • Formula B (toner)

    PRAVANA ChromaSilk 10.02 + 10.01 + PRAVANA Zero Lift Creme Developer

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5 Go-To Balayage Tools

Balayage: it’s arguably the most important technique to master behind the chair today, so shouldn’t you have the very best tools in your kit to set you up for success? From Stylist Choice Award winners to celebrity favorites, here are five balayage products you should consider for your salon!

BLONDOR Freelights

All blondes are not created equal. From subtle golden hues to beachy, buttery bronde, the possibilities of creating gorgeous colors are endless. With hair-painting as the hottest approach to highlights, it's easier than ever. Now, it's about to get even easier,...

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Balayroo Color Applicator

A well done balayage is a work of art. But as any stylist knows, it’s not exactly a speedy process. Enter—The Balayroo Color Applicator. With this handy little device, you can cut your balayage time in half.

Read more

Light Master Lightening Powder

No matter the time of year, blondes are always in. And with Matrix’s recently upgraded Blonde Light Master, you’ll never want to stop coloring lighter! With the same formula and size options, Light Master Lightening Powder delivers up to eight levels of lift while keeping the health and integrity of the hair....

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Shades EQ

If you're in need of a demi-permanent haircolor that colorists everywhere love, you might want to get your hands on Redken Shades EQ. For more than 25 years it has been helping colorists gloss,

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FreePlay Clay Lightener

For balayage and freehand lightening, try Joico’s new FreePlay Clay Lightener. Unlike traditional lighteners that can get messy during open-air painting and processing, it stays put (but still moist) because of its clay-based formula that clings to strands.

Read more

Breaking Down “The Money Piece”

Everyone knows the best balayage includes a “money piece”—a beautiful, face-framing effect offering a pop of light and dimension. Like balayage itself, this beach-inspired color placement is supposed to mimic natural, kissed-by-the-sun brightness.

 

Need some pointers on how to make it really pop?...

Read more

6 Techniques That Will Improve Your Balayage Results

­Let’s be honest—you can never have too much balayage knowledge. As the technique continues to gain popularity, you have to keep your hair painting game strong. Scroll through the slideshow for six things you should know that will improve your results,...

Read more

BLONDOR Freelights

All blondes are not created equal. From subtle golden hues to beachy, buttery bronde, the possibilities of creating gorgeous colors are endless. With hair-painting as the hottest approach to highlights, it's easier than ever. Now, it's about to get even easier,...

Read more

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BLONDOR Freelights

Balayroo Color Applicator

A well done balayage is a work of art. But as any stylist knows, it’s not exactly a speedy process. Enter—The Balayroo Color Applicator. With this handy little device, you can cut your balayage time in half.

Read more

Light Master Lightening Powder

No matter the time of year, blondes are always in. And with Matrix’s recently upgraded Blonde Light Master, you’ll never want to stop coloring lighter! With the same formula and size options, Light Master Lightening Powder delivers up to eight levels of lift while keeping the health and integrity of the hair....

Read more

looks created using
Light Master Lightening Powder

Shades EQ

If you're in need of a demi-permanent haircolor that colorists everywhere love, you might want to get your hands on Redken Shades EQ. For more than 25 years it has been helping colorists gloss,

Read more

looks created using
Shades EQ

FreePlay Clay Lightener

For balayage and freehand lightening, try Joico’s new FreePlay Clay Lightener. Unlike traditional lighteners that can get messy during open-air painting and processing, it stays put (but still moist) because of its clay-based formula that clings to strands.

Read more

looks created using
FreePlay Clay Lightener

Breaking Down “The Money Piece”

Everyone knows the best balayage includes a “money piece”—a beautiful, face-framing effect offering a pop of light and dimension. Like balayage itself, this beach-inspired color placement is supposed to mimic natural, kissed-by-the-sun brightness.

 

Need some pointers on how to make it really pop?...

Read more

6 Techniques That Will Improve Your Balayage Results

­Let’s be honest—you can never have too much balayage knowledge. As the technique continues to gain popularity, you have to keep your hair painting game strong. Scroll through the slideshow for six things you should know that will improve your results,...

Read more