Section, section, section. To avoid patchiness, create a middle part that runs to the back of your head and split the hair into four sections two in front of the ears and two in back. "Always apply the dye from back to front," says colorist Aura Friedman, of the Sally Hershberger Downtown salon in New York City. "That way the dye is sitting on the back of your hair the longest, which is naturally darker than the front anyway."
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."