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Jamie Sea's Favorite Formulas (Round 2)

Date: July 20, 2018

Educator: Jamie Sea/ @prettylittleombre


Sharing another round of some of my favorite formulas! What are your favorites?!

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10 Reasons why Splotchy Balayage

Date: July 10, 2018
Educator: Jamie Sea / @prettylittleombre

We have all had that moment. The hair is processing and looks PERFECT, you rinse and dry and.. WHAT? Why! How did these splotches/ bleed marks happen?

1.) Avoid your product being too runny.

2.) ALWAYS having a smooth/taut surface.

3.) Look underneath your painted piece, is it just as blurred at the top?

4.) Apply in a LIGHT sweeping motion to avoid pushing product into the deeper strands underneath.

5.) Product should look consistent down the hair shaft.

6.) Use the 'body" of the brush not the tips of the bristles.

7.) Having too much product on your brush is a no-no.

8.) Product transfer between sections.

9.) Tension is EVERYTHING.

10.) The weight of your insulation ( foils ) could be pushing product through the strands= splotches.

To see all these tips in action, head to our online tutorials and check out our Balayage tutorials!
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5 Reasons Why Splotchy Foilyage

Date: June 26, 2018
Educators: Jamie Sea / @prettylittleombre

Foiliyage is an amazing option for achieving that oh so blended painted look! One of its benefits are being able to achieve a brighter effect on hair than a traditional Balayage application. If not done correctly, things can get real UNBLENDY!

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Balayage lightener information That Could be Affecting Your Hair Painting

Date: June 15, 2018
Educator: Jamie Sea / @prettylittleombre

Hey guys! I wanted to share a totally tippin’ TIP with you all!

DID YOU KNOW? On most foiling lightener containers and balayage lightener containers is says, “DO NOT USE HEAT”

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The Top 3 Melting Tips for a Seamless Balayage!

Date: June 5, 2018
Educator: Mish Jolie / @meltedbymish

Here are some TOP MELTING MISTAKES TO AVOID by @meltedbymish! Mish shares secrets on how to blend out old foil lines seamlessly and create the foundation for a perfect blend.

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