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Level 10 Blonde

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What does hair level even mean, anyway? How do you know what level your hair is? It can seem confusing, but level just a standardized way to refer to the lightness of your hair, and is usually the most consistent way to describe your base color. Instead of having to find the right words to describe your medium-tone strawberry blonde, you can just say your hair is at level 7 and call it a day! Lets start with the basics! What does each level mean? This is the darkest range of natural hair colors. Level 1 is jet black, with no brown tones to it! Semipermanent hair color typically does show on level 1 hair at all, as the base is too dark for any pigment to be visible. From there, hair will gradually get lighter as you move up levels, with level 2 being dark brown-black, 3 and 4 being more dark to medium brown tones, and level 5 getting into the medium to lighter brown range. Level 3 or so is usually the very darkest base possible for visible tint of color without pre-lightening. If your hair is in this range, you will get the best results with similarly dark colors to have any visible hue. Purple Rain, Wrath, Aquamarine, and Transylvania will be your go-to shades on dark base like this! These levels get more into the lightest brown / dark blonde range. Most of our deeper and highly pigmented colors will take well to hair at levels 6 and 7, and may just turn out a few shades darker or more subtle than they would appear on a pre-lightened base. Other bright, highly pigmented colors like Violet Dream, Sunset Orange, Poison, or Virgin Pink, and darker tones like Purple Rain or Phantom Green, should all work well on base colors in this range! Getting into more blonde range, level 8 is generally the best base to see the majority of our colors turn out really vibrantly. With the exception of our pastel collection and one or two other colors, AF colors will turn out accurately and vibrantly on level 8 base. So colors like Violet Dream, Electric Paradise, or Iris Green will turn out best starting from at least level 8 base. Not quite platinum but very light blonde, level 9 will take just about any semipermanent color that turns out on level 8 as well as lighter shades, like Porange, Cosmic Sunshine, or Neon Moon. Depending on the porosity of your hair, some pastels may take to level 9 as well, but this is usually the darkest your hair can be for pastel to turn out right! If you're unsure if your hair is light enough, we always recommend strand test before coloring all over, and adding a few drops of more pigmented shade to your lighter colors to get your color right. One issue with level 9 base and colors like Sterling are yellow tones in blonde hair.

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Set Realistic Expectations

There are lot of misconceptions around curly and textured hair, With one of biggest being that it takes an extremely high developer to lift Level 1 to 3 hair. But tighter coils, more fragile hair. So not being knowledgeable about what makes textured hair tickespecially, when detangling and during the lightening processcan lead to irreversible damage to your curly clients. Thankfully, we reached out to colorists Leysa Carillo, Joie Wallace and BTC Team Member Kara Williams to get their expert opinions on the consultation process, lifting Level 1 to 3 hair, highlight placement and more. Scroll down to get tips! Do your clients usually wear their hair curly, straight or both? Before you pick up lightener, make sure you have thorough consultation with your Curly guest. If a customer wears both curly and straight hair, color will sometimes look drastically different from one style to the next, say Kara. In consultation, I look for photos that might look way their hair will be when its blown out to see if they still like look. They may want to leave the salon with straight hair today, but realistically always wear it Curly in real life. They need to understand what their color will look like with styling, and we need to make sure their expectations are met or set them up with realistic expectations. You and your client might have high expectations of how their hair will lift, but sometimes you ca get her as blonde as shed like without destroying her curl pattern. The best way to preserve natural texture is to listen to hair. If clients hair is not strong enough to be lightened I wo do it, says Leysa. Even if hair is not as light as we want to go, my number one priority is texture and integrity of hair. So if hair tells me it cant go lighter, I rinse and adapt plan. You dont need a high volume developer to lighten dark, textured hair. A lot of textured hair exists in very dark two and three levels. I rarely ever use anything higher than 20-volume on textured hair, but most often work with 10-volume. Tighter curls are usually most fragile, and I think it is a big misconception that kinky hair is thick, coarse and resistant. Its actually the opposite! Leysa add, curly hair already has raise cuticle and is more fragile than straight hair, so it lightens quickly. I never use more than 20-volume on my Curly clients. Not all texture is created equal, so your lightener should switch depending on the client. Not all curl patterns are alike, so some of them will require different lightning process. For medium to short hair, I gravitate toward cream lighteners. They keep hair moisturize throughout the chemical lightning process and they also contain oil to retain moisture, said Joie.

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Bleaching Will Alter Your Texture

How easy is it to change from brunette to blonde? Were questions posed to me by a friend. I asked the same question to Goldwell Celebrity Colorist Rona OConnor. Rona is responsible for one of my favourite blondes, Blake Lively, who is just one of her many celebrity clients who frequently change their hair colour for roles. Rona shares her tips for changing your hair colour from brunette to blonde, but how long can you expect to be in the salon to see results, and how often will you NEED to go back? It all depends on how dark your natural colour is, and what shade of blonde you want to become. You can change your hair colour in one visit but is not usually recommend. Rona warn, there are three easy options to change your brunette hair to blonde in the salon: highlighting with several lighter shades shades-this can be done in two and half to three hours, thicker hair will take longer. Youll NEED to return to the salon approximately every six weeks. Lightening your hair overall, with highlighting and toning to achieve your perfect blonde-this process will take approximately three hours. Youll NEED root touch ups every four weeks plus highlights at every second appointment. Bleach blonde and tone-make sure you choose a reputable salon for your first time. Youll be in the salon for most of day, and will NEED four weekly appointments for root touch ups. Rona warns against using box colour for major hair colour change. Have you ever tried to go from brunette to blonde using box Colour? Hi, Ive dyed my hair red a few times but I had it bleach so box red just washes out easily, Now I want to go blonde, and my hair is quite healthy as I dont like unhealthy hair. It has been almost 3 months since Ive dyed my hair and almost All red has wash out I want to get My Hair do blonde in about week, how do you think It Will go as I have hear red is hardest to get rid of. Very good advice! You are awesome! You know all your hair stuff from question-Z rock on girl. I love that you take time to answer eve one question. Very carefully and honest thats great. I really want to go blonde myself, Ive get pale skin baby blue eyes. But I feel like I would look terrible with blonde hair. I want to give It try switch things up. Haha hey what girl doesnt want to? Right! But for real I worried Ill have no hair left. That would be my luck. Anyway I am going to take the wonderful advice you give all other girls. I am going to use my girl power and just go for it. I get this! Haha do I really? I am laughing so hard right now! I am an independent woman so yeah, yeah I do.

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Space Out Touch-Ups

Ice blonde-or platinum blonde, if you prefer-is cooler than ever. When it is not turning heads on AW20 catwalks, trend is cropping up in locks of-list, from Lady Gaga to Kaia Gerber. Striking look feature palest of platinum tones, sometimes paired with silver, white or blue hue, and always appear to shimmer, as if strands have been veiled in touch of frost. So, how do you get hair to look this light? It may take a couple of salon appointments, but, whether youre trying to trend yourself or youre colorist creating a look, Wella Professionals ' extensive color portfolio has get you cover. Dont forget to share these tips with your clients post ice blonde transformation. Or, if youve tried looking for yourself, keep these tricks up your sleeve for easy maintenance.

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