58 People Before And After Embracing Their Natural Grey Hair With The Help Of This Hairstylist (New Pics)

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Celebrity colorist Jack Martin is a wizard. For the past couple of years, he has been successfully showing that grey never goes out of style: using his own technique, Martin allows his clients to gradually ditch the dye, and the results are magical.

Luckily, he also posts before-and-after pictures of the spells he casts on his clients so we can admire his work too. Continue scrolling to check out the latest makeovers, and fire up Bored Panda’s previous articles (here and here) if you missed the earlier ones.

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This beautiful client came to me with 4 inches of natural roots and a very dark 6 inches band and brassy middle to ends. I started the long process by cutting the hair about an inch from length and 2 inches from layers , then I used redken City Beats Color Remover to lighten the dark band, I was able to get it up to level 7 copper blonde, then I lightened the whole head starting from where her gray roots starts in foils using @redken flash light and 20 vol developer leaving her gray roots out for about 3 hours by taking random strands ( more stands in foils than leaving out hair) in foils in thin sections based on the pattern of her grey roots for better blending until I reached level 10 pale yellow blonde, at the same time all the hair that was left outside the foils ( which is very little ) I colored it with redken gel lacquers 7AB ( moon stone) mixed with 10 vol for about 30 min to create that salt and pepper look , during processing I had to open each foil and reapply a new lightener mixture to warm areas, then rinsed hair, toned with @redken shade eq 3/4 oz 10T + 1/4oz 10P mixed with processing solution for 20 minuets to cancel all the yellow from the hair, shampooed and conditioned, styled with round brushes.
Total service: 10 hours

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#3

Lots of people wonder why I don’t over-style the hair for the after photo. I like the after style to be simple, natural, something that the client can do at home, I am a big fan of the round brush, not a fan of the curling iron or flat iron, if you master the round brush you can do wonders for the hair. I convinced lots of clients to switch from hot tools to a simple round brush and a dryer and they agree with me that their hair feels much healthier and their color stays for a longer time. If you ever have to use hot tools make sure to use heat protectant and lower your heat settings to less than 350

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#4

Some ladies have heavy grey around their front hair line only the same as this beautiful client of mine so just frame her face with silver strands to blend her hair line grey roots with the length of the hair in an artistic way, this method wouldn’t take a very long time just about 3-4 hours and client will leave very happy. I used @guytang_mydentity shadow roots with 10 vol to tone her hair to match her natural charcoal roots then I created front grey strands to match her roots as well and baby silver highlights in the crown area for a better blending using @oligopro extra blonde with 20 vol and @olaplex for 40 minutes then toned with @wellahairusa blondor toner pale platinum with 6 vol for 20 minutes, Shampoo, cut and style

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#5

This beautiful client came to see me from Seattle Washington. I didn’t expect her hair to be a level 4 dark brown, when I did the consultation via text her hair appeared to be lighter.

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#6

A lot of people, stylists, and clients always ask me to post a photo of how my silver transformations look like after a few weeks or months, this beautiful client came to me for a silver transformation over 3 months ago then came back last week for toner and trim. The client was extremely happy with the way it’s holding, it looked very natural and you can’t see any line of demarcation between her natural roots and the rest of her hair that has been worked on previously, she got lots of compliments but she followed carefully all maintenance steps I asked her to do, purple shampoo, shampoo once a week with cold water, eliminate the use of hot tools, use a deep conditioning mask once a week, use @k18hair leave-in repair mask. I hope this post answers a lot of people’s concerns about the upkeeps and the fading process. I will do another post to explain the formula I used for toning

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#8

This gorgeous client came to see me from Salt Lake City, she has naturally red head and she was coloring her hair red for years, she started getting grey and wanted to embrace het grey and stop coloring her hair completely. I tried to give her strawberry icy blonde silver to match her roots pattern and as you see in the photos she looks amazingly beautiful.
Products used:
Lightener: @redken flash light with 20 vol in foils
Toners: 1- to cancel some of the red stands that left out of foils and make it more of strawberry blonde I used redken gel lacquers 8NA with 10 vol developer.
2- to cancel the yellow used redken shade eq 3/4 10T + 1/4 10 VV with equal amount processing solution. Total service time: 7 hours

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#9

Dark boxed to white silver. This beautiful client came to me from Scottsdale AZ seeking white silver color to blend and match her natural white roots so she can stop coloring her hair dark color, total service was 8 hours, one day, one session. I started the long process by cutting about 2 inches of the length and gave her layered bob because I always believed in building the house then paint it, then I started removing the artificial dye using @joico color eraser for 20 minutes , then I bleach the whole head starting from where her gray roots starts in foils by taking very thin sections using @redken flashlight lightener with 20 vol for 4 hours, after hour and half I reopened each foil and reapplied a new lightener mixture on the warm areas until I reached the lightest pale blonde, rinsed hair, then toned with @pravana 10.07 mixed with zero lift developer for 30 minutes. shampooed, style with round brushes

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#10

This beautiful client had almost black hair with lots of damaged areas due to previous over processed highlights that has been covered again with black color. Goal is to give her icy blonde color to blend with her 80% grey roots. First I cut about 3 inches from the bottom and relayered around the face. Then used @matrix color eraser to lift the hair to a level 8 golden blonde, then I lightened the previously colored areas by taking thin sections In foils using @lanzahaircare l’anza cream decolorizer which is an amazing lightener with an oil base that will condition the hair while it’s lifting it, mixed with 20 vol for 3 hours until I reached my desired light level. Rinsed hair then toned with @matrix color sync sheer acidic toner steel with 6 vol developer for 20 min, rinsed, Shampoo, condition and style with round brushes. Total service time is 8H.

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This beautiful client came to me Northern California with hair that had multi different light and dark brassy colors, she was seeking gray silver ashy color to blend and match her gray roots so she can stop coloring her hair every 3-4 weeks, total service was 8 hours and one session, I started the long process by cutting her length about 3 inches with layers and face framing, then I weaved the whole head starting from where her gray roots starts in foils using @redken flash lift power 9 with 20 vol leaving her gray roots out for about 4 hours by foiling the hair based on her root gray pattern very thin sections for faster and even lifting until I reached level 10 pale yellow blonde, at the same time all the hair that was left outside the foils I colored it with redken gels 1/2 5AB + 1/2 7Ab mixed with 10 vol for about 30 min to create that salt and pepper look. I Then rinsed hair, toned with @redken shade eq 1/2 oz 9b + 1/2 oz 9v mixed with 2oz Cristal clear and 3 oz of processing solution for 20 minuets, rinsed, shampooed, conditioned, styled with round brushes.
Total service: 8 hours

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#15

This beautiful client drove from Arizona to come for a complete transformation. For this transformation I started by cutting the hair and layer it to get it ready for coloring, I then used @schwarzkopfusa blondMe with 20 volume to create my balayage strands using a combination of backcombing technique slicing and baby highlights roots to bottom in foils until I reached level 10 pale blonde. Rinsed hair and toned blondMe ice toner with 7 vol cancel all the yellow tone in the blonde strands. Style with round brushes. The total time for this transformation was 6 hours.

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For this beautiful transformation, I used @schwarzkopfusa blondMe bond enforcing lightener with 20 vol by taking very thin see-through sections in foils leaving her natural roots untouched, after about 75 minutes I remixed another fresh lightener mixture and reapplied on the stubborn warm areas until I got an even lift pale yellow blonde level 10. Rinsed hair and toned with 3/4 igora royal absolute silver mixed with 1/4 blondMe lilac mixed with 7 vol blondMe cream developer for 30 minutes.

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#19

This transformation took about 9 hours, one session. The before hair was extremely stubborn and fragile but with patience, skills and good products I was able to do it

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#20

When fixing damaged hair color it’s very important to take very thin sections, then you can easily use a lower volume developer and no heat at all, that will save the hair integrity tremendously and the blending will become seamless.

Products used for this transformation.
Lightener: blondMe bond enforcing up to 9 with 20 vol.
Toner: BlondMe 3/4 steel blue with 1/4 lilac mixed with 6 vol.
low lights: igora royal slate grey mixed with 6 vol.

Total time: 6 hours.

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#21

A lot of people,stylists and clients asked me to post a photo of how my silver transformations look like after few weeks or months, this client came to me for silver transformation 4 month ago then came back yesterday for a toner and trim. Client was extremely happy with the way it’s holding, it looked very natural and you can’t see any line of demarcation between her natural roots and the rest of her hair that has been worked on, she got lots of compliments but she followed carefully all maintenance steps I asked her to do, purple shampoo, shampoo once a week with cold water, eliminate the use of hot tools, use a deep conditioning mask once a week. I hope this post answers a lot of people’s concerns about the upkeeps and the fading process

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#23

Warm brassy brown to ash blonde Balayage. For this transformation I used @schwarzkopfusa blondMe with 20 volume to create my balayage strands using a combination of back combing technique slicing and babay highlights roots to bottom for the face framing until I reached level 10 pale blonde, while blonde processing I used @schwarzkopfusa igora royal 7.1 on the rest of the hair that was left outside the foils to tone the Cooper brown to more natural to ash brown. Rinsed hair and toned blondMe ice toner with 7 vol cancel all the yellow tone in the blonde strands. Style with round brushes. Total time for this transformation was 5 hour

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#25

A lot of people,stylists and clients asked me to post a photo of how my silver transformations look like after few weeks or months, this client came to me for silver transformation 5 month ago then came back last week for a toner and trim. Client was extremely happy with the way it’s holding, it looked very natural and you can’t see any line of demarcation between her natural roots and the rest of her hair that has been worked on, she got lots of compliments but she followed carefully all maintenance steps I asked her to do, purple shampoo, shampoo once a week with cold water, eliminate the use of hot tools ( style only with dryer and round brush after applying heat protectant). use a deep conditioning mask once a week. For this toning service I used @schwarzkopfusa blondeMe toner ice mixed with a squeeze of 3 inches of Schwarzkopf igora royal absolute silver toner with 7 volume developer (oil formula moisture maintenance). I hope this post answers a lot of people’s concerns about the upkeeps and the fading process

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#27

Thursday Transformation. Products used:
Lightener: @schwarzkopfusa blondMe with 20 vol.
Lowlights: igora royal 6-12 mixed with 10 vol.
Toning: Igora vibrance 95-21 with 6 vol developer.

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#28

This gorgeous client came to see me from Florida, she was extremely tired of coloring her hair every 3 weeks so we decided to match her hair with her roots . In this transformation I lightened the whole hair in foils by taking very thin sections using @redken flash light with 20 vol and @olaplex and leaving her natural roots untouched until I reached level 10 pale blonde, rinsed, towel dried and and pre-toned the yellow with @redken shade eq 1/2 9V + 1/2 9B with double the amount clear (00) mixed with equal amount processing solution for 20 minutes. Rinsed the hair again, dry 70% and applied @matrix sheer acidic steel toner with 6 vol for 30 minutes. Then dry hair again and create baby thin low lights in foils to match the pattern of her roots using @guytang_mydentity 7 ash shadow with 10 vol for 30 minutes( when you are applying the low light on silver base hair it won’t go brassy when it fade), when its time to rinse the dark part first apply conditioner on the silver hair outside the foils to avoid the silver from getting stained, shampoo Cut long layers and style with round brushes. Total service 7 hours.

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#30

Matching the pattern of the natural regrow is very important for blending the hair color, but don’t be afraid to add extra wider silver strands to make the hair more glamorous, we don’t want our ladies to look like just a grey hair growing out. For colorists that are interested in doing this transformation the most important step in this transformation is to be creative, if you feel you aren’t strong enough yet invite a close relative that won’t kill you if anything goes wrong and practice, practice, practice, if you don’t do mistakes like I did and still do you won’t learn and be confident to charge what you are worth. Product used: @redken flashlight with 20 vol and @olaplex , toner redken shade eq 9B +9V @k18hair mist and mask to fix the damaged hair, this amazing repair treatment is a unique product that has never been created before in the hair industry

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#31

An important tip on how to match the pattern of the roots.

I found out that slivering all the previously colored hair first and then implement the low lights is more effective when it comes to achieving less fading to warm. Try it and give me some feedback about it.

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#32

Lots of hairstylists don’t agree with me supporting the idea of going silver, claiming that this new revolution is going to hurt our industry. This statement is an excuse for the weak, why am I saying that? because some clients whether we support the idea or not will end up doing the transformation either naturally or with the help of another colorist, why you want to lose these clients? instead, you need to support them and show them that you are there to help them, at this point your creative job will start to give your ditching color clients lots of ideas to keep them coming back for business, clients love creative ideas that will help them look butter, as an example this gorgeous client in the photo, she used to color her hair every 3/4 weeks, I helped her stop coloring and now she is completely natural, but I suggested to her to make her grey more glamorous and eye-catching since she has an average salt and pepper hair, so I created on her natural hair more silver strands especially around her face line, she looked like a star, now she still comes to me at least every 3 months to retouch her silver and she still buys hair products, so instead of losing this beautiful client I supported her desire and took her to a more beautiful place than before but at least she feels beautiful without feeling trapped to every 3-4 weeks coloring and my business still running. Hope this will help stylists understand why I am supporting the idea of going grey. Have a great Sunday everyone

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#37

Brassy fragile hair to healthy strong icy silver. I started the long process by cutting the hair about an inch from length and 2 inches from layers , then I lightened the whole head starting from where her gray roots starts in foils using @lanzahaircare cream decolorizer and 20 vol developer mixed with @olaplex leaving her gray roots out for about 3 hours by taking random strands in foils in thin sections based on the pattern of her grey roots for better blending until I reached level 10 pale yellow blonde, at the same time all the hair that was left outside the foils I colored it with guytang mydentity dark shadow mixed with 10 vol for about 30 min to create that salt and pepper look , during processing I had to open each foil and reapply a new lightener mixture to warm areas, then rinsed hair, pre toned with @redken shade eq 1/2 oz 9B + 1/2 oz 9V + 1 oz Cristal clear (00) mixed with 2 oz of processing solution for 20 minuets to cancel all the yellow from the hair, rinsed again, dried hair then applied @matrix sheer acidic toner ( steel ) with 10 vol for 20 minuets, shampooed and conditioned, styled with round brushes.
Total service: 8 hours

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#38

This client came to me to blend and match her golden blonde hair with her natural salt and pepper 4 inches roots. I didn’t use any lightener to achieve this, I just played with colors to match her root color, so based on her natural roots pattern I applied @guytang_mydentity shadow ash 6 with 10 vol in foils to create the dark strands in her hair to match the roots, then I applied mydentity shadow ash 10 with 2 inches of 10SP mixed with 10 volume to apply on the yellow golden areas that are connected to the 100% natural grey roots ( make sure you use the designated developer from the same brand because results makes a huge difference), it took me about an hour to do the whole head. Then I cut bob and styled with round brushes. Total time: 2-1/2 to 3 hours

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#39

This beautiful client came to me with hair that had multi different light and dark brassy colors, she was seeking gray silver ashy color to blend and match her gray roots so she can stop coloring her hair every 3-4 weeks, total service was 8 hours and one session, I started the long process by cutting her length about 2 inches with layers and face framing, then I weaved the whole head starting from where her gray roots starts in foils using @redken flash lift power 9 with 20 vol leaving her gray roots out for about 4 hours by foiling the hair based on her root gray pattern very thin sections for faster and even lifting until I reached level 10 pale blonde, at the same time all the hair that was left outside the foils I colored it with redken gels lacquers 1/2 5AB + 1/2 7Ab mixed with 10 vol for about 30 min to create that salt and pepper look. I Then rinsed hair, toned with @redken shade eq 1/4 oz 10VV + 3/4 oz 10T mixed with equal amount processing solution for 20 minuets, rinsed, shampooed, conditioned, styled with round brushes. For repair and protection I used @k18hair repair system.
Total service: 9 hours

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#40

This week it has been a year since I did the gorgeous @sharonosbourne hair color red to silver, everyone saw that she went back to red hair again a couple of months ago. She is a beautiful lady inside and out and she can wear any hair color and make it her own but I loved the silver on her the most (not because I did it) and I still think it looked to me so chic and elegant but I guess red hair shows more her fun and energetic personality. What do you guys think?

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#42

This beautiful client came to me Northern California with hair that had multi different light and dark brassy colors, she was seeking gray silver ashy color to blend and match her gray roots so she can stop coloring her hair every 3-4 weeks, total service was 8 hours and one session, I started the long process by cutting her length about 3 inches with layers and face framing, then I weaved the whole head starting from where her gray roots starts in foils using @redken flash lift power 9 with 20 vol leaving her gray roots out for about 4 hours by foiling the hair based on her root gray pattern very thin sections for faster and even lifting until I reached level 10 pale yellow blonde, at the same time all the hair that was left outside the foils I colored it with redken gels 1/2 5AB + 1/2 7Ab mixed with 10 vol for about 30 min to create that salt and pepper look. I Then rinsed hair, toned with @redken shade eq 1/2 oz 9b + 1/2 oz 9v mixed with 2oz Cristal clear and 3 oz of processing solution for 20 minuets, rinsed, shampooed, conditioned, styled with round brushes. For repair and protection I used @k18hair repair system.
Total service: 8 hours

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#43

This gorgeous client flew from Atlanta to come and get her hair done by me. It took about 8-9 hours, one session.
Desired color: matching her natural roots.
Products used:
Lightener: @schwarzkopfusa BlondMe with 20 vol.
Toning : BlondMe 1/2 Ice + 1/2 steel blue with a dot of lilac mixed with 7 volume developer.
Low lights: Igora royal 1/2 6-12 +1/2 8-11 mixed with igora 10 volume developer.

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#44

This beautiful client came to me with a level 10 pale blonde just for toning service, I decided to use @redken shade eq to tone her hair to icy silver. I used on the roots 1/4 4NA + 3/4 6T, for middle shaft 1/4 9B + 3/4 9T and on the middle shaft to ends, I used 1/4 10VV + 3/4 10T, all 3 formulas with equal processing solution 1:1 mixing ratio for 15 to 20 minutes. Hope this formula can help you if you get a case like this one

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#45

This beautiful client had very dark hair with lots of damaged areas due to previous over processed highlights that has been covered again with dark color. Our goal was to give her a complete make over with icy blonde highlights to blend with her salt and pepper natural roots. First I did a short layered cut to show her cute face and for lightening session I used @lanzahaircare l’anza cream decolorizer which is an amazing lightener with an oil base that will condition the hair while it’s lifting it, mixed with 20 vol by taking thin sections and lots of sections in foils for about 4 hours until I reached my desired light level. Rinsed hair then toned with @matrix color sync sheer acidic toner steel with 6 vol developer for 20 min, rinsed, used olaplex number 2 for 20 minutes. Shampoo, condition and style with round brushes. Total service time is 8HOURS

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#46

I came across this beautiful lady’s account @jobo_silver_linings , I didn’t have the pleasure to do her hair but I just wanted to share with all of you how young and gorgeous she looks embracing her natural self, she is a perfect example as did many of my gorgeous clients that embracing your own silver hair won’t age you at all, it’s the opposite, it will make you look younger, sexier, brighter, and more importantly to feel and be yourself

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#47

Blending silver roots with previously colored hair with multiple colors, very dark brown and brassy middle shaft to ends, not to mention how dry and damaged the hair was, it took me about 10 hours to finish this very hard project on one of the sweetest clients I have ever met. I hope you guys understand how hard and tiring this is to achieve, I will post detailed formula with the whole head post on the first week of January because I want to talk more about how I saved the hair from damaged and how I fixed the hair to feel and look healthier, shinier as you see in the after photo.

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#50

Black boxed to beautiful healthy light ash blonde. I removed the artificial black color by using @pravana color extractor and @malibucpro CPR. I then bleached the whole head by taking thin sections in foils using @redken flashlight with 20 vol and @olaplex until I reached level 10 pale blonde. Rinsed hair, lightly shampooed, then applied @pravana 3/4 8A light ash blonde + 1/4 8.22 beige violet with 10 vol for 40 minutes. Shampooed, conditioned, cut a-line layered bob, and styled with a round brush

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#53

Matching the pattern of the natural regrow is very important for blending the hair color, but don’t be afraid to add extra wider silver strands to make the hair more glamorous, we don’t want our ladies to look like just a grey hair growing out. For colorists that are interested in doing this transformation the most important step in this transformation is to be creative, if you feel you aren’t strong enough yet invite a close relative that won’t kill you if anything goes wrong and practice, practice, practice, if you don’t do mistakes like I did and I still do you won’t learn and be confident to charge what you are worth. Product used: @redken flashlight with 20 vol, toner redken shade eq 9B +9V @k18hair mist and mask to fix the damaged hair, this amazing repair treatment is a unique product that has never been created before in the hair industry.

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#54

This is the first attempt to lighten this beautiful client’s hair from boxed color to blend with her silver roots. The reason for multiple visits is because her hair is extremely curly, damaged and dry, and since I don’t usually recommend this transformation to a very curly hair because very curly hair is fragile and easy to break but she insisted, then I told her we will try to lighten your hair once every 3-4 month, she was amazed of the first attempt. Total process time 5 hours

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#56

This beautiful client came to me seeking gray silver color to blend and match her gray roots so she can stop coloring her hair, I started the long process by removing the artificial black dye using @malibucpro cpr for 40 minutes then @pravana color extractor for 20 minutes, at this point her hair got from level 2 to level 7-8, then I bleach the whole head starting from where her gray roots starts in foils using @redken flash light and 20 vol developer leaving her gray roots out for about 4 hours by taking very thin sections for faster lightening process until I reached level 10 pale yellow blonde, at the same time all the hair that was left outside the foils I colored it with redken gel lacquers 5ab ( twilight) with 6 vol for 30 minuets to create that salt and pepper look, during processing I had to open each foil and reapply a new lightener mixture to warm areas, then rinsed hair, toned with redken shade eq 1/2 oz 9B + 1/2 oz 9V + 1 oz Cristal clear (00) mixed with 2 oz of processing solution for 20 minuets , rinsed again, dried hair then applied, then shampooed, conditioned, cut layers, styled with round brushes.
Total service: 7.1/2 hours

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#57

This beautiful client came to see me from Tennessee. She had a very bad attempt to go silver that ended up with extremely damaged hair, breakage, and very dry as you see in the before picture. To match her roots I only used color and toner to create this beautiful silver-tone with dimensions ( I will post the coloring formula in a different post ), I didn’t use any lightener due to her hair condition

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#58

This gorgeous client drove from Texas to come to see me for a hair transformation, she had about 3 inches of natural 40% salt and pepper roots, and the rest of her hair was colored boxed color very dark brown at home. I wanted to blend her roots with her ends without touching her roots, best way to achieve that was to do a backcomb technique by taking thin sections to avoid the strong line of demarcation and make it look a very smooth transition from dark to light. I had a very hard time lightening her previously colored hair and my main concern was the hair integrity, I used @schwarzkopfusa blondMe lightener with 20 vol for about 90 minutes, then mixed a new lightener and reapply on the stubborn warm areas to lift it to the lightest possible without compromising the integrity of the hair. Then Toned with blondMe toners 1/2 ice+1/4 steel blue+ squeeze of lilac mixed with blondMe 7 vol developer for 20 minutes. Shampooed with blondMe cool blonde tone enhancement bonding shampoo, cut about 1 inch of length, and give layers around the face. Total service: 6 hours

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