Hair texture is just as important as a clients natural base or starting level when assessing a clients hair during consultation to determine how a clients hair will lift.
The finer the clients hair strand is the more the hair will lift when lightening, if the hair is a coarse texture it will take longer to lift than a finer hair strand.
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It’s important to explain the difference of each tonal reflect :
Cool Tone – When the hair has cool reflects with no or very little gold. Cool tone brunettes can appear darker than warm brunettes as there is little or no gold reflecting the light.
Beige Tone – When the hair has a mixture of cool and warm tones creating a more neutral tone
Warm Tone – When the hair has warm reflects of gold, orange or red resulting in an overall warm look. Golden tones can appear lighter as the light reflects off the gold and makes the color appear brighter
Starting Canvas 💥
This is an example of how the same technique can look so different when the starting tone or depth of the hair is different 🙌🏼
Cool Base – When the starting base is cool it makes the highlights appear lighter and has an overall more natural lived in look
Warm Base – When the starting base is warmer it makes the highlights overall appear warmer
Dark Base – When the starting base is dark it creates more of a dimensional contrast with the highlights
How much depth and dimension do you want to see?💥
Minimum – This is an example of leaving minimum depth by leaving minimum natural hair out creating minimum dimension
Creating Contrast 💥
Creating Lived In Color 💥
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