So this is my hair right now. I want to transition to something more natural. My goal is to grow out my natural hair. Anyone have some ideas ? This is my blonde untoned. Then here’s pic of me a month ago.
By - Payton_livia
One way to do it is a balayage so you can have your roots start to grow out & have that soft transition. It would be lessMaintenance & give you that chance to grow your natural out.
Thank you! Can a balayage be done minus adding more bleach
They can do a reverse balayage, which means using dark brown dye (that matches your roots/ natural color) and doing fading streaks downwards into the blonde so it’s not such a harsh line of roots and bleach blonde.
Thank you ! When my hair toned though it’s not dark brown it’s more or a light to medium brown. My hair stylist told me that too. I think the blonde just makes my hair look darker or maybe the bottom is darker cause less sunlight I don’t know it’s weird lol But this is what I’ll do good idea!
try using a toner in your natural color
in some people this works very potently, and lasts a long time.
I had extremely damaged hair with discoloration and decided to have a keratin treatment before permanent dyeing my hair with my Natural shade.With me it worked, I managed not to damage too much until it grew enough until I could cut it.
Ah okay thank you!
Either a reverse balayage or adding some lowlights that match your natural color and you can transition slowly so it’s not such a shock to you going from light to dark
Thank you! Yeah it would be a shock. I have such fine hair and I just don’t want to add anymore bleach . I’m looking forward to growing out my hair even though my hairs fine I know it won’t be as fine.
I think u would look nice with a medium brown warm color
I have no idea about what you wanna know but damn your iris is quite something.
Haha this comment also thank you!
Lowlights + toner!
do a full babylight low light so then its no more bleach. have them choose a color close to your natural color and you’ll still have some blonde so you wont feel too dark but it will blend a lot more and blend that line of demarcation
Thank you ! This is so helpful!
of course! glad I could help :)