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Golden blonde balayage

Golden blonde balayage

Highlights names for your hair and the names to tell your hair stylist!! Very helpful

Highlights names for your hair and the names to tell your hair stylist!! Very helpful

It’s saves you time and money – because the balayage technique looks very natural, there’s really no need to touch up on your roots as often as you would have to if you had regular highlights and lowlights done because your grown out root color will simply just blend right in. Because of that, you …

It’s saves you time and money – because the balayage technique looks very natural, there’s really no need to touch up on your roots as often as you would have to if you had regular highlights and lowlights done because your grown out root color will simply just blend right in. Because of that, you …

Golden blonde balayage highlights

Golden blonde balayage highlights

Color by @balayagebymatt @ramireztransalon

Color by @balayagebymatt @ramireztransalon

#balayage #highlights #honey #blonde #natural #longhair

#balayage #highlights #honey #blonde #natural #longhair

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Honey platinum white blonde sandy warm tones // long haircut with long layers // balayage ombre color melt

Honey platinum white blonde sandy warm tones // long haircut with long layers // balayage ombre color melt

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Renee Spinale (@___thedollhouse) of Wakefield, Mass, sent in this gorgeous pix which is made so much more magical with proper toning. Her guest arrived with level 6 all over and some outgrown foils which had lifted to a brassy level 9. To create a perfect finish, Spinale applies toner to the roots first, then the ends "I blend the middle color last to get the colors to melt perfectly," she says.

Renee Spinale (@___thedollhouse) of Wakefield, Mass, sent in this gorgeous pix which is made so much more magical with proper toning. Her guest arrived with level 6 all over and some outgrown foils which had lifted to a brassy level 9. To create a perfect finish, Spinale applies toner to the roots first, then the ends "I blend the middle color last to get the colors to melt perfectly," she says.