It’s just another day and you find yourself removing the foils from your all over highlight but still questioning why the lines you’re creating aren’t quite giving her hairline the ” break ” it deserves. Have no fear. Hairline Balayage
Although the title and the technique seem simple. Here’s a photo of a couple of things you’ll need before you perform this extra little touch for your blondes..
- Pravana Pure Light Balayage Lightener
- Disposable Gloves
- Pravana ” High ” Lift Developer
- Bowl ( I like Glass Bowls )
- Joico Luster Lock ( just because I love it so )
You’ll start by washing your weaved lightener out of the hair and placing a towel below their neck so they’re lifted. This will help you paint easier. Make sure to give them a little lift!
Start by painting along the hairline on either side. Starting right by their ear. Take pieces in a backward motion and Balayage your lightener onto the hair moving all around the hairline to help break the base ( especially helps with pony tails )
The point of this technique is to help bump that natural level up just a tad to wear it blends better with your foils you’ve spent so much time perfecting! If for any reason you ever lift too much. Just shadow root over with a tone more suitable for your client. 😘
Blow Dry and Style and give your blondes that extra little pop that makes all the difference 🙌🏼✨