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Keep the dream of an endless summer alive, adding face-framing flashes of sunkissed hues to fall softly around your face like they've always been there. Once applied over virgin Hair, these fine flickers of cool glossy baby light Blonde tones add a flawless dimension to your Colour.
1 x Highlift Blonde Hair Colour of your choice.
2 x 40 Volume Developer.
1 x Tint Bowl.
1 x Tint Brush.
2 x Sectioning Clips.
1 x Measuring Cup.
1 part Hair Colour with 2 parts Developer.
If you have extra thick Hair, double the mixing amount.
eg. 1 Tube of Hair Colour with 120ml of Developer.
How To Paint Your Baby Lights
Step 1: Mix
Wearing gloves, add 1 part High Lift Blonde with 2 parts 40 Volume Developer (for example: 1 tube of Colour to 120mls of Developer) in your Tint Bowl. Mix until a smooth and creamy paste is achieved.
Part your Hair in the middle and section, leaving out a few fine pieces around your face that you want to be Baby Lights.
Step 2: Prepare your Baby Light
Starting with one Baby Light at a time, place a piece of foil underneath the Baby Light and turn your Tint Brush on its small side.
Step 3: Apply To Dry Hair
Paint your Colour mixture as close to your roots as possible, avoiding the scalp, and down to your ends — making sure the Hair is well covered.
Squeeze the foil around the Hair, ensuring the Colour mixture doesn't bleed onto the rest of your Hair. Repeat until all your Baby Lights are covered.
Step 4: Rinse your Hair
Tip: Alternatively lightly dip your thumb and index fingertips in Colour and squeeze them from the top of the Hair to the ends.
Leave on the Hair for 40 - 45minutes to develop. Keep an eye on your processing Colour. If your Hair is getting too hot and developed, remove the foils.
Once the development time has been reached, rinse the Hair for 3 to 5 minutes in warm water until water runs clear. Condition Hair as normal.