Shannon Lindsay-Macfadyen

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Chrissy Rasmussen (@hairby_chrissy) of Habit Salon (@habitsalon) Gilbert, Arizona shares the HOW TO for this color correction on her client from Hawaii who has a natural base level 6, "but the ends are super brassy which the Hawaiian sun has turned even brassier." Rasmussen's goal is to use her natural base for an easier grow-out: STEP 1: Add highlights by weaving with Goldwell Silklift with Olaplex. STEP 2: Place random low lights with 7N Goldwell.

Chrissy Rasmussen (@hairby_chrissy) of Habit Salon (@habitsalon) Gilbert, Arizona shares the HOW TO for this color correction on her client from Hawaii who has a natural base level 6, "but the ends are super brassy which the Hawaiian sun has turned even brassier." Rasmussen's goal is to use her natural base for an easier grow-out: STEP 1: Add highlights by weaving with Goldwell Silklift with Olaplex. STEP 2: Place random low lights with 7N Goldwell.

Rainbow hair is nothing new — we’ve gone from being shocked and awed by “unnatural” hair colors to being utterly astounded when someone admits to having virgin strands. And as the rainbow trend has progressed to sand art, oil slicks, and even glow-in-the-dark, we’ve lusted after quite a

Rainbow hair is nothing new — we’ve gone from being shocked and awed by “unnatural” hair colors to being utterly astounded when someone admits to having virgin strands. And as the rainbow trend has progressed to sand art, oil slicks, and even glow-in-the-dark, we’ve lusted after quite a

DIY Two Tutorials for the Bina Brianca Wrap. Have you see this? It can be worn as a scarf, cardigan, poncho, blouse, shrug, stole, turtleneck, shoulder scarf, back wrap, tunic and headscarf. You can download the PDF “how-to” manual for all these styles from Bina Brianca here. Top Photo: Bina Brianca Wrap here, Bottom Photos: DIY Bina Brianca Wrap Tutorial by Organized Living Solutions here. Not pictured original tutorial for the wrap at The Craft Guild here.   *If you are even thinkin

DIY Two Tutorials for the Bina Brianca Wrap. Have you see this? It can be worn as a scarf, cardigan, poncho, blouse, shrug, stole, turtleneck, shoulder scarf, back wrap, tunic and headscarf. You can download the PDF “how-to” manual for all these styles from Bina Brianca here. Top Photo: Bina Brianca Wrap here, Bottom Photos: DIY Bina Brianca Wrap Tutorial by Organized Living Solutions here. Not pictured original tutorial for the wrap at The Craft Guild here. *If you are even thinkin