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How Lorri Goddard Does Balayage Without Damaging Hair

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08 . 17 . 18
Nina Aghadjanian

Nina Aghadjanian

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Nina Aghadjanian

British blogger and mom Louise Roe’s bronde hair hue is every brunette’s “blonde” dream, the closest to finding out if blondes have more fun without the damage-induced brittle. Yet despite balayage techniques involving only a few strokes of bleach, the breakage and drying effects it can have on locks is lasting. Moroccanoil celebrity colorist Lorri Goddard, however, found a way around that hairy situation. Ahead, find out Goddard’s in-detail formula for taking Roe bronde, and her secrets to keeping her clients’ hair healthy before, during, and after the color process.

Lori Goddard Bronde Balayage Hair Color Louis Roe

Louise Roe Bronde Hair Formula

  1. Spray hair with Moroccanoil Prime Spray
  2. Part hair off ear to ear in three sections (I highlight nape forward)
  3. Mix 1 scoop of Solaris and 30 volume creme developer add a 1/4 tsp of sunflower oil to keep creamy and no lumps
  4. Balayage fine thread size highlights starting approximately 1 inch from scalp through the ends
  5. At the crown, mix 40 volume creme developer
  6. And a scoop of Solaris and a 1/4 tsp of sunflower oil, continue preferred formation (I like to keep super fine, about 1/2 inch from scalp, and BOLD IT UP through the ends to give a natural beachy feel)
  7. After hair lifts to almost baby blonde, rinse hair well. At bowl, paint scalp 2 inches out with Pravana 7.1 30 volume on part and face frame ONLY (scalp 2 inches out) then RINSE IMMEDIATELY (hold ends up so nothing grabs on highlights!)
  8. Then gloss it up with Richesse 8.02
  9. Apply on scalp through 3 inches out for four minutes then push it through the ends and distribute with comb for another one minute.

Lori Goddard Louis Roe Bronde Balayage

Maintaining the Hair’s Integrity

  • These are my favourite tools (I always cut my brush down a bit to keep it firm for more control with my balayage) 
  • I always Moroccanoil Color Complete Prime BEFORE I start my clients colour
  • This sunflower oil is awesome and mixes up with ease so Solaris highlight bleach has a better consistency (just a little bit goes a long way!)
  • Moroccanoil Color Continue Shampoo (and home use Color Continue Conditioner, not shown in picture)
  • Professional-use only Moroccanoil Color Complete Post treatment
  • I love this Moroccanoil Color Complete Protect & Prevent Spray, it fights fade and does not weigh down hair

Keeping the Color Fresh

My clients and I shampoo with Moroccanoil Colour Complete Shampoo and Conditioner, and to truly stop colour fade always follow up with Moroccanoil Color Complete Protect & Prevent Spray.

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