Out of the Dark and into the Light

Going very lighter is never an easy task - especially from very dark.

What's the best way to go lighter?

 

The best way to go lighter is to do it in steps. This allows the hair to recover during each lightening process and protects the integrity of your hair. Using Olaplex is crucial to protect your hair from damaging before it happens. Our clients on average see us 2-5 times before getting to their desired lightness. Although this may seem like a lot, it will ensure they are always walking out with beautiful healthy shiny hair at every stage of their hair transformation.

Our first step is cutting through previous color, if you don’t have any then you are one step ahead of the game.
— Sean Bibeau

What can I expect each process?

 

The initial lightening process will determine how many visits it should take until reaching your desired color. If you have previous color in your hair (even from years ago) this can cause it to be harder to get lighter, adding more steps to your process. Don't bother lying to your stylist about what is in your hair, it will only make it harder for us to decide the best course of action for your hair. There is no skipping steps when it comes to lightening your hair.

My clients bring in photos of beautiful hair color everyday. What they do not always understand is there are multiple hair appointments behind that beautiful hair color photo. Going lighter takes time and patience.
— Amelia Labbe

What can I do to keep my hair healthy and beautiful during the process?

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Although we are doing our job in salon to secure your hair's integrity we also suggest an at home conditioning treatment. Our favorites are Olaplex No. 3 (only $26) Kevin Murphy Re.Store (only $32), and DevaCurl Heaven In Hair (only $28).

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Posted on August 12, 2017 and filed under Hair Color.