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MJ Hair Designs Blonde on Blonde

MJ Hair Designs Blonde on Blonde
14252 Ventura Boulevard
Sherman Oaks
(818) 783-0084

Blonde on Blonde

Base Color:

60cc’s of 7C Fram Color Futura
50cc’s of Framesi Proxima 20 Volume Natural Developer
15 drops of Ardell Gray Magic


50cc’s of Framesi Decolor B
50cc’s of Framesi Proxima 20 Volume Natural Developer

Smoothing Treatment:

Uberliss Formaldehyde Free Keratin


Pureolgy Hydrate Shampoo and Conditioner 33.8 Fl. oz
Alfaparf Milano 1/2 pump Pigments Ah added to shampoo
Alfaparf Milano 1/4 pum Pigments  Gd added to shampoo


MJ Hair Designs Blonde on Blonde

When you go to a salon to make the big change, make sure MJ Hair Designs color specialist knows everything about your hair history. And when we say everything, we really mean everything. When people dye their hair darker, they don’t realize that months and months later the color is actually still in their hair. So say in September, someone went brown and in May she wants to go blonde. MJ Hair Designs says, since you were darker in the fall, we’re going to be battling tons of orange and red tones from the [original] hair dye, If you’ve already dyed your hair before I’ve seen you, please make sure to let me know. It makes a big difference in the products I use to get you to your new look. Being a blonde on blonde sometimes means I will color your roots a different shade of blonde and and different shade of blonde on your ends. This creates the natural effect nature plays on your hair if you’re already a natural blonde or were when you were younger.  If you’re not going for pure platinum or a blonde on blonde, you actually want to make sure your roots are darker than your ends so the color looks grows out nicely. The ends should [always] be a little lighter than the root area, otherwise the color can look too artificial. If you’re daring enough to tackle the challenge of dyeing your hair blonde at home, choose the box color you want to go with very carefully – because what you see isn’t always what you get! “If you wanted a buttery blonde, sometimes you might have to buy the ashiest box in the store, which is the opposite of buttery! The reason? In order to negate the natural orange tones you may already have in your hair [as a brunette] and don’t even realize are in your hair, you need to do this. That’s why stylists in the salon consider everything, like how much gray you have, how dark your hair is and if it’s ever been color treated before. After you make a color change, give your hair a break! What people don’t realize is hair that’s gone lighter generally is done with a little bit of bleach. And bleach plus heat with a blow dryer, flat iron or curling iron causes breakage,” Lordet said. “People go over the front sections over and over, so that’s always the area I find breakage happens.

It may look scary to slather a purple product all over your strands, but trust us, it works MJ Hair Designs says. This helps neutralize yellow-orange brassy tones [which can occur from washing your hair, environmental stressors and naturally if you started as a brunette with reddish undertones], I recommend using a purple shampoo once a week to combat that undesirable look. But is there ever any chance of hair turning purple from it? It’s possible, but very rare. On really light, white blonde hair and you’re trying to push the envelope, you could end up lilac, But generally it’s a very temporary thing.

No matter what color you choose to dye your hair, after the process, the ends will inevitably end up dryer than before, but this is especially the case for blondes.

“People also underestimate how summertime activities, like swimming in the pool and ocean, can dry out your hair, I always recommend my clients use a deep conditioner or mask in place of their usual conditioner.

MJ Hair Designs hates to break the news, but spritzing lemon juice or Sun-In in your hair won’t create the beachy highlights of your dreams. They need to stay in the The only people in my experience who come out looking normal [after trying Sun-In] are so naturally blonde to begin with that it just brightens [the color].” That’s why as a  colorist I say brunettes should stay far, far away.  It just opens the hair’s cuticles and lets the natural pigments come out, so the darker you are the more red you have. You’re just going to come to me with orange hair or reddish-golden highlights!

Do blondes really have more fun? We can neither confirm nor deny, but these fabulous hair color ideas for 2018 have us itching to try something new. If rainy, cold wintery weather has given your beauty routine a major case of cabin fever, we’ve got your ticket to somewhere sunny. First stop: the salon. Mine! At MJ Hair Designs whether channeling a platinum shade à la Monroe or our most recent color crush, ash blonde, we’re finding color inspiration to update our ‘do on all ends of the blonde spectrum. Get inspired before your next hair appointment with blonde hair colors to highlight complexions of all ranges—and to leave you feeling fresh and fabulous. Pinterest beauty board ready? Let’s go girls.

MJ Hair Designs Honey Blonde on Blonde Hair Color

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For the gal not wanting to fully commit to either end of the blonde spectrum, we love the soft, subtle contrast of this hair color. Wait for the light to catch it just right to reveal golden highlights in all the right places.

MJ Hair Designs Ash Blonde on Blonde Hair Color

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​​​​​​Hello, modern color crush! We’re loving the cool-girl color of the moment for its grey undertones that are matched by a youthful bright blonde.

MJ Hair Designs Strawberry Blonde on Blonde Hair Color

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“Strawberry wine…seventeen…” This oh-so-sweet hair color takes us back to better days by crossing the bridge between blonde and auburn in the loveliest of ways.

Demonstration on Blonde Hair

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