Pretend you're in the OR and lay out all of your tools like you're ready to operate. You won't have to stop and scramble mid_process, which could lead to accidents (as in leaving the dye on too long!). Read through the box's instructions beforehand, too, "to get your bearings," Hill suggests. Invest in a color brush. Squirting the dye out and spreading it all over your hair may be easy (and fun!), but this method can be messy and imprecise. Instead, play salon colorist : Mix color in a bowl and paint on with a color brush for the most even, professional finish, testers say.
Margarine Hair : With so many platinum blondes trying to keep their hair cool_toned, it's refreshing to see a yellowy blonde that looks so fabulous. The key to Emma Stone's shade: It's buttery, not brassy. Keep your color happy. Balayage & Babylights Hair : Los Angeles colorist Chrissie Plisky blended two highlighting techniques ( balayage and babylights ) for bright, beautiful dimension, while adding a rooty look "so she can wear it longer without having to get it touched up as often."