Balayage / thin highlights with Wella Blondor bleach, 20 volume. "I painted some of the hair that wasn't in foils with Blondor -10 volume. Toned with Redken Shades Eq- 9v & 9T -all equal parts." This session took 3.5 hours.
2. With the color formula applied to the root area she back combed the hair from the color into the rest of the section.
3. Janine applied color to the mid shaft of the hair to create a vibrant copper.
4. She then applied Blondor Cream Bleach from the mid shaft to the ends of the hair with the color overlapping a little with the mid shaft.
5. The color was processed on the model for 20–30 minutes.
6. Janine toned the hair with Color Touch Relights (deposit only demi color). She toned at the shampoo bowl for five minutes.
7. She blew out the hair using 1/2 inch vertical sections.
8. Janine then polished with an iron on hair separated into 1-inch horizontal sections. Using a medium barrel curling iron, she took the 1-inch horizontal sections of hair and wrapped.
10. After removing the individual sections from the iron she rolled the newly formed curls into invisible rollers by creating with fingers and pinning to the head. She allowed hair to completely cool.
11. She undid all the invisible rollers. She had the model bend over at the waist as she finger raked through the curls.
12. Janine pulled out 1-inch sections and back combed the roots.
13. She shaped the into her desired look.
2oz 7.2 Keune Tinta color with 20 volume on the roots, 30 volume mid shaft. Balayage at the same time with Wella Blondor bleach, 40 volume. First session took 4.5 hours.
@tbonita: I didn't get the Koleston developer, it is insanely expensive compared to the cream developer I could get at Sally's (Koleston=$22 plus shipping and handling to wella color charm cream developer=$6). I would like to try it with the Koleston at some point, but the cost drove me away from it this time. I'll totally let you know what I think of the Blondor cream bleaches