If you’re like thousands of summer-worshipping women, you see the approaching warmer months as an opportunity to go a little-or a lot-blonder. But achieving that fun-loving look typically means damage, breakage, frizz and other signs of hurt hair.
Hairstylists have long searched for a less-harmful way to fulfill women’s blonde ambitions. Ryan Nickalus, of New York’s Ryan Darius Salon, believes the answer could lie in making lifting and toning a single process instead of two, which is why he has come to favor a formula like Goldwell’s Topchic Highlift Blondes Color Treatment.
Without stripping all of hair’s natural pigment, it gently lightens darker shades or serves as an alternative to harsh highlights for locks that are already blonde, giving hair a much-needed escape from havoc.
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