Wearing Loup sweater.
The moment I imagined myself blonde stemmed from staring at Kristen's hair color behind her RVCA office desk. But four years ago, it was only an intangible novelty, especially on an asian. A year later, Lulu showcased that asian hair can indeed get that blonde. But years past and I never had the urge, until I got reflection boredom.
I contacted Sassoon Costa Mesa, who has been doing my hair for years, with the notion that my 2014 hair was their canvas. Except I wanted to walk out of the salon peroxide blonde. Tani snipped away at my hair leaving the back a little shorter than the front, whilst adding texture by breaking up the straight bob I previously requested from a K-Town $30 haircut. Then Adriana consulted me on color. Three weeks later, I walked out a happy unicorn.
How often will you be going back to get your hair retouched?
Every 3-4 weeks! But no later than 4 weeks. If your outgrowth gets too long, it will be harder to color match. Because the hair hair closest to the scalp (about 1/4 of an inch) processes faster than the rest of the hair, anything past it won't hold the bleach as well and can create a band of uneven color.
I have another appointment this weekend to get it rebleached and that will get rid of some of the coppery tones that comes out in certain lighting. Also, toning it to an ashy blonde. Tune in on Instagram!
If you guys want to schedule an appointment with Tani (head stylist) or Adriana (head colorist), give them a call at (714)556-5673!
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