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Beachy summer blonde for this Aussie girl!

Off the shoulder length hair highlighted by Anna at the klinik hairdressing and finished off giving it a soft beachy wave with the GHD irons

Spring/summer is knocking on our door and when our client who has just moved over from Downunder came in the only colour we want is super beachy multiblonde tones! Anna used a highlift natural blonde and prelighteners with Olaplex to lift it, after she used a L'Oreal Dialight toner 10.13 to keep it sunny blonde. The cut was a soft pointcut layered finish to remove weight throughout. To finish it off she used GHD iron to tong the hair and give it a tousled beachy effect. You can take the girl out of Oz but cant take the Oz hair out of the girl!

No toner V toner explained

two images of coloured blonde hair one without toner and the other with toner done by Leyla at the klinik hairdressing London

We get a lot of questions regarding colouring process and highlift tints v pre lighteners. On a lighter base hair you can sometimes achieve a soft blonde without using pre lighteners, but in most cases we would recommend using pre lighteners and then applying a toner after the achieved lift has been reached. When using toners you can also decide on what tone you would like to have. It can be any tone from golden blonde, beige to icy silver white.....the choice is yours!

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Asymmetric bob by Anna

Asymmetric bob shape going from long to short side to side cut by Anna at the klinik salon

A bob comes in many shapes and forms. An asymmetric bob can be worn in may ways and looks interesting from different angles. After cutting the outline a soft graduation was cut in. after the hair was blowdried Anna textured the graduation further using a point cut technique. This will give the graduation a soften finish and the hair will feel lighter and more movable.

Copper and gold.... this hair is on fire!

Medium long hair having copper and gold tones running through it all done by Anna at the klinik hairdressing

Our client is always open for new colour changes and what wouldn't a hairdresser love more then to have artistic freedom and play with colours? Anna started by pre lighten her clients roots using Wella Blondor and Olaplex. She then sectioned off triangular panels on the sides and weaved chunky pieces through the fringe, colouring them a yellowish gold tone using Manic Panic.On the rest of the roots and hair a coppery rosegold was used by L'Oreal. The cut was given an angled fringed with choppy layers to add texture, and a tousled finish was created by using GHD irons.