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I Took the 30-Day Plank Challenge and Here’s What Happened

I Took the 30-Day Plank Challenge and Here’s What Happened

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Chocolate caramel balayage

Chocolate caramel balayage

Non GMO, premium vitamins , pain management, sleep management, mood and energy… …

Non GMO, premium vitamins , pain management, sleep management, mood and energy… …

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#hairbynatalied #hairstylistsinglendora #balayage #balayagehighlights #hairpainting

A rich and shiny brunette base with dark caramel sunkisses. Color by Gabrielle at Simplicity Salon.

A rich and shiny brunette base with dark caramel sunkisses. Color by Gabrielle at Simplicity Salon.

1.Begin by applying “Ivory” onto the brow bone and blend downward! (This will help the crease color blend nicely). 2.Taking “Revenge” blend slightly above the crease. 3.Taking “Obsession” apply in the crease. 4.Using “Allure” pigment pat onto the entire lid and inner corner of the eyes to add our highlight. 5.Add your wing using “LBD” gel liner! With the same liner line the water line and blend out using “Onyx”.

1.Begin by applying “Ivory” onto the brow bone and blend downward! (This will help the crease color blend nicely). 2.Taking “Revenge” blend slightly above the crease. 3.Taking “Obsession” apply in the crease. 4.Using “Allure” pigment pat onto the entire lid and inner corner of the eyes to add our highlight. 5.Add your wing using “LBD” gel liner! With the same liner line the water line and blend out using “Onyx”.

This is a great reference guide I like to show my clients when consulting about balayage. What's great is there are so many options whether you prefer warm or cool tones and if your hair is dark or light! Which one would you choose?

This is a great reference guide I like to show my clients when consulting about balayage. What's great is there are so many options whether you prefer warm or cool tones and if your hair is dark or light! Which one would you choose?