Natasha Murola

Natasha Murola

Natasha Murola
Muita ideoita: Natasha
Long Wavy/Messy Hickory-Brown Hair with Caramel-Brown Balayage and Layering

Long Wavy/Messy Hickory-Brown Hair with Caramel-Brown Balayage and Layering

Ash blonde balayage ombre

Ash blonde balayage ombre

Rooty platinum and textured waves, my favorite The perfect way to be platinum blonde with out the maintenance #hairbymarissamae

Rooty platinum and textured waves, my favorite The perfect way to be platinum blonde with out the maintenance #hairbymarissamae

The key to Crystal Ash Blonde hair color trend is to create a perfect blend of balayaged light blonde pieces paired with natural ash base.

The key to Crystal Ash Blonde hair color trend is to create a perfect blend of balayaged light blonde pieces paired with natural ash base.

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Dark to platinum blonde ombre. Switch it up this season and say goodbye to your dark locks and try something lighter! #hairenvy

Dark to platinum blonde ombre. Switch it up this season and say goodbye to your dark locks and try something lighter! #hairenvy

Love this shade of blonde <3

Love this shade of blonde <3

Hair Color Ideas For Autumn/Winter 2016 - 2017 with Blonde, Brown

Hair Color Ideas For Autumn/Winter 2016 - 2017 with Blonde, Brown

Sombre Hair Color Idea for Long Hair

Sombre Hair Color Idea for Long Hair

What To Ask For: A soft shagConsider this chop the anti-blunt cut: a shag with no harsh lines and no defining layer. "If you feel secure enough with your hairstylist, ask them to do almost the whole cut with thinning shears," Ess says. "I cut the initial length using regular scissors, then do the rest with thinning shears and a razor," she explains. And styling? Mist with thickening spray, air-dry, then define your natural texture with a wand or iron.

What To Ask For: A soft shagConsider this chop the anti-blunt cut: a shag with no harsh lines and no defining layer. "If you feel secure enough with your hairstylist, ask them to do almost the whole cut with thinning shears," Ess says. "I cut the initial length using regular scissors, then do the rest with thinning shears and a razor," she explains. And styling? Mist with thickening spray, air-dry, then define your natural texture with a wand or iron.