(Closed) Haircolor Help!

posted 7 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
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94 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Definitely go to a salon. Do your research first and choose a stylist who has many years of hair coloring experience. She/he will probably do highlights and lowlights – a full head of foils. Expect it to be expensive. Also, be sure to ask the stylist to color it in such a way that will not look too obvious or strange when the new growth comes in. Good luck!

Post # 4
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382 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Make sure to go with someone who specializes in color. I remember reading in a magazine that it’s a hard color to get. I think it said because it’s an ashy blonde. So, you want someone who knows what they are doing. It is a beautiful color though!

Post # 5
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97 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

If you have any firends/coworkers/neighbors that you know color their hair and you really like it or it stands out in your mind I would suggest asking them who their stylist is. 

Post # 6
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76 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

As long as your current blonde is lighter than Jennifer Aniston’s color (which, from what you are saying I think it is), this shouldn’t be too difficult of a transformation.

Pictures are going to be your best friend for this.  Once you find a colorist bring in several pictures and be very clear about what you like about the color (the shade, the dimension, etc).

If you are unsure as to if you will love this color on you, you could go for a semi- or demi-permanent color.  These colors gradually fade out, as opposed to permanent which has to grow out.

Good Luck!

ps… I’m a cosmetologist!  =)

Post # 7
Member
76 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

As long as your current blonde is lighter than Jennifer Aniston’s color (which, from what you are saying I think it is), this shouldn’t be too difficult of a transformation.

Pictures are going to be your best friend for this.  Once you find a colorist bring in several pictures and be very clear about what you like about the color (the shade, the dimension, etc).

If you are unsure as to if you will love this color on you, you could go for a semi- or demi-permanent color.  These colors gradually fade out, as opposed to permanent which has to grow out.

Good Luck!

ps… I’m a cosmetologist!  =)

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