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Herbert Czinki

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Maurício Ribeiro

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Brea🌍Orange County✂️Short Hair

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Murillo Пилипенко de Oliveira

Haus Of Klue (@hausofklue.hair) Instagram Profile Photo
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Haus Of Klue

Hello my loves. (Apologies for the long post) I have been pondering and meditating on this post for a while and there is literally no easy way to approach this. I wanted to do this post to really emphasize to clients, hairdressers and students that it is IMPOSSIBLE to lift color with color. The only thing that will happen is a color correction and a hot mess will be created. That will also leave a client feeling “cheap”. If the desired result is to be a lighter shade than your previous dye-job you have NO OTHER CHOICE THAN TO USE BLEACH, or some form of color extraction. For me, as a professional, there are 2 main things that is quite problematic in the before images. Firstly my clients roots are lighter than the previous color that was done and where the fresh regrowth used to be it has now created a very visible line. What would have been better in a situation like this is to just match the color on the same level as the previous color(as color does not lift color). Secondly the copper undertone does not match the clients skin tone, in fact it just picks up on the warmth in her skin and was not flattering at all. A cool red would have been a much better option in her case. This is also why it is so important to do a proper consultation before hand so that we understand that everyone is on the same page, we are here to serve our clients needs and not our own. What I did here was a cool color(violet) to cool down the warmth in her hair and create a more suitable color for her skin tone, as you will notice on the after photo. I do believe that hair can make or break you, so it is extremely important as a professional to know how to create an image/illusion of color that will suite our clients needs. After all, more than just the service, it is the knowledge that we have that our clients pay for. It is my pleasure to make my clients feel like a million dollars and serve their needs. Ps: this post is not meant in any way to be disrespectful to anyone. It is meant purely for educational purposes 😘 Love Carla

✨Salon Sisters✨⠀ ⠀ I’m sure so many of you in the industry have created lasting relationships with the people you work with everyday. ⠀ ⠀ These ladies and I worked together for over a decade and now have all moved on to pursue our own dreams in the industry. ⠀ ⠀ We will however remain close in life forever continuing to make memories and inspired each other. ⠀ ⠀ This was taken in Vegas at the @redken Symposium 2017. Our last training travel all together. ⠀ ♥️🥂♥️⠀

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Fusion Hair & Beauty

How stunning is this pop of colour on our amazing bestie @xkarenhx ❤ Since being pregnant she has taking her hair to an adventurous level and we are loving it😍😍 What's next?😂😍❤ Hair by @hair_byciarab balayage hair #crafthairdresser hair highlights balayage

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Jessica Belanger

Silver Lake, Los Angeles

Lovin this balayage!! It’s always a fun experiment to get the perfect 😍😍


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