Restore Hair Color With Highlights By Jack Wynn

The model above requested a beige blonde hair color and medium blonde low-lights. I started with a new hair color line called Jack Wynn for the process.  This is a new line I will be using in the future for my clients and photo-shoot models. I started of with the Brilliant Lightener and did a basic foil wrap to the clients wish’s.

Processed the service with a level 6-Gold low-light formula with 10 volume developer for deposit only. Below is the RAW finish. I did not get a lot of breakage with the lightener.  So all went well with the process.

The next step was to all a more natural tone to the hair color process. I used a 9.13 from the Jack Wynn Restore Demi-Permanent line and followed manufacturers advice and mixed it with 1-1.5 developer which was 3%.  Customer was happy.

Design Spray 9 Great For Thermal Styling

Setting the hair and preparing for a photo-shoot is important. You need to place a buffer on the hair from the heat of thermo styling tools. Especially if the hair is blonde. Blonde hair is lightened to the highest levels and will often break if the heat of a styling tool is set too high. Temperature is very important when curling the hair and straightening the hair. I like to use a light weight hair spray for buffering the hair when styling and also light weight enough for working with the hair.

Try using the Kenra Design Spray 9 for your styling aids. It is a very light weight product and also is good for working with the hair and styling it in place. But not strong enough for a firm hold.

Tames frizz & flyaways, Lightweight, brush-able formula, Provides enhanced definition for moveable styles. One side sprayed with the styling spray the other with nothing. As you can see you get a smooth non flyaway finish.