Guest Educator Nicole Resnick @n.resnickhair Power of Placement When Hand Painting
My Model Shay came to me with her hair completely natural since she hasn’t colored it in years. We wanted to add some dimension back into her using my hand painted balayage technique. Our goal was to create maximum lift while still keeping her a brunette. We focused on lift, placement, and ratio of a clay based lightener. This technique of hand painting is going to give her a bold money piece with a soft dimension behind it and all throughout her hair.
In this video you will learn to:
- Paint with precision to create the ultimate lift on a darker canvas
- Understand the power of placement when handpainting.
- Creating the perfect ratio of clay lightener to create a seamless balayage .
- Finishing off with formulation for a brunette while mainitng integrity in her hair.
Balayage highlights: Oligo Pro Blacklight Clay Lightener + extra blonde lighter with 30vol mixed at a 1:1.5 ratio
Gloss: Root smudge: Shades EQ 4NA & 5N with processing solution
Global gloss: Shades EQ 7GB 7NW 7VB 7NA 6GI with processing solution