Transforming Your Hair Color  

When you’re feeling red, go red. When you’re feeling blonde, go for it. Just don’t do both within the same year. Taking time between color transitions will leave your hair in better condition between each color process, while giving you time to repair and nourish it in between appointments. 

As far as what to change to, many people know what color pallets looks best on them. Soft pinks? Vibrant oranges? Forest Green? After looking at your eye color, use the color wheel to find complimentary colors to your style and personality. And then stick with it. 

If you like to change, you MUST take really great care of your lovely locks. Start. With a really reparitive and nourishing conditioning mask.  This one is my favorite from Kerastase. 


    When deciding to switch it up, make sure you ask your stylist about damage, at home care, and a realistic time line to go from Red to Blonde. Anything is possible, but enjoying the process of can be a beautiful journey! 

Rooty Red Head

love the darker root

Paul Mitchell 3VR 10 vol (roots), 3VR 5vol midshaft-ends

Barely Natural Blonde. 


love the white highlights.

Wella Bleach 20 vol, Shades EQ 9V and clear


How will you transform your hair next? Let me know! By leaving a comment or posting a picture!



One comment

  1. Tania Diaz · April 19, 2015

    No ones ever dyed my hair and yet not damage it Red for me for now thanks to you! 😉 and yes gotta maintain it
    On another note I have a last minute hair SOS and really don’t wanna trust anyone else with it, if you can…
    Love my Red #help #please #email


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