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6 Ways to Go Blonder Without a Salon Appointment
6 Ways to Go Blonder Without a Salon Appointment
“I call them cheetah highlights,” says celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin of the striped, DIY, backyard blonde dye jobs of the ’90s. “We used to skip school, spray hydrogen peroxide on our hair, and sit out in the Utah desert heat,” she laughingly remembers of her preferred strategy for achieving sun-kissed lengths at the height of that era—which, tragically, resulted in splotchy orange spot-shaped prints. In an effort to give this generation a better alternative, Atkin recently launched the cheekily named Sun of a Beach hair-lightening serum under her own line Ouai Haircare, one that promises a back-from-vacation blonde in just one spritz.
And she’s not the only one thinking lighter and brighter for summer: This season’s newest hair serums are created with subtly sunnier strands in mind.
To bump any shade up a notch, Atkin advises spraying her heat-activated solution, which uses a gentle blend of lemon, pineapple, and, yes, a form of hydrogen peroxide, from the mid-lengths of the hair to the tips, avoiding roots.
Still other formulas are blonde-specific, from Klorane’s natural chamomile-flower-and-honey-spiked elixir to It’s a 10’s Miracle Leave-In Potion, which features conditioning fruit and seed extracts in addition to its citrus-based lifting ingredient. Mist them into dry hair for a day outdoors and rinse them out before bed. Here, six ways to get a healthier, shinier blonde—no salon visit required.
Read more at: 6 Ways to Go Blonder Without a Salon Appointment
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If you’re not born with the hair you want, buy it.
If you’re not born with the hair you want, buy it.
Celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin
 “It’s 2017. If you’re not born with the hair you want, buy it.” With those words in mind, I decided to shed my expectations and give 2018’s extensions a try.
I have struggled with volume and length since my early 20s and have tried just about every hair-growth supplement under the sun—with no success. So if this is what the celebrity, supermodel, and Instagram starlets are doing to get their luscious locks, why not give it a shot?
Enter Amanda Scott at Serge Normant at John Frieda's New York salon.
When I arrived for my consultation at the salon, which counts Sarah Jessica Parker, Julia Roberts, and Blake Lively among its clientele, one of the first things Amanda asked me as she assessed my hair, was: “How committed are you to this? What are your goals?”
extensions are indeed a commitment
Amanda explained to me that extensions are indeed a commitment. (We’re not talking about the kind you can buy in a drug store.) For anyone who is going to get extensions or already has them, it should be a red flag if your specialist does not do a consultation in which they lay out your options in terms of types of extensions and the care they will require, as well as the details of the pricing. (Be warned: They can cost thousands of dollars).
financial investment
“I think a lot of women dive into the world of extensions without fully thinking about the financial investment required and the amount of maintenance that will be needed,” says Scott. “Also, people should be careful about who they choose to work with. A thorough consultation with a stylist will help determine if that person is right for you. Hair extensions have a bad reputation as damaging, and that can be true if you work with the wrong person.”
Read more at: Extension 411: The Secret to Every Hollywood and Instagram Star’s Perfect Hair
How to bleach your hair like a professional
How to bleach your hair like a professional
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Learning how to bleach your hair is no mean feat
Learning how to bleach your hair is no mean feat, and it’s not for the faint-hearted. It is a lengthy, meticulous process and not an area where one size fits all. Far from it – some hair types take to colour with no hassle, absorbing multiple tones within minutes, while others will take hours upon hours in salon or out to achieve the desired finish. But once you know the basic rules on how to bleach hair responsibly to produce the best finish, that sought-after platinum white or blonde colour is right at your fingertips.
Vogue’s checklist before bleaching hair:
1. Have you had any chemical treatments in the last six months? If so, have you trimmed away the treated hair or has it grown out? Any remnants of the chemical can compromise your final colour.
2. Make sure your hair is in good condition before you start. Bleach can be very stripping on the hair, so it’s important to use plenty of conditioning masks and treatments. For two weeks in the run-up to bleaching, apply a mask every other night. Vogue recommends Kérastase Elixir Ultime Masque or Living Proof Restore Mask Treatment.
3. Never-coloured-before hair that is light brown or lighter can be treated in one session, while darker hair will take multiple sessions. “The process really depends on the hair type, but a bleach on virgin hair will need bleaching on the ends first leaving an inch or so regrowth, then allowing this to lift for up to an hour and then bleaching roots to match,” says Shannon Gallacher, bleaching expert at Nicola Clarke for John Frieda.
4. Don’t bleach freshly washed hair as a scalp stripped of natural oils can get irritated.
How to bleach your hair in a salon (what to ask your colourist)
1. Ask for a sample strip, especially if you have coloured your hair before as this may affect the final result.
2. Be prepared to visit again. “Roots need less time than ends as the heat from the head speeds up the process,” explains Gallacher. “Once the hair has an even tone, the bleach is rinsed off and toned to the desired shade, but some hair will need more than one service to achieve the colour wanted.”
3. After you have bleached your hair with an expert, follow with an in-salon Olaplex treatment to immediately inject as much hydration as possible.
Read more at: How To Bleach Your Hair Like A Pro
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