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7 Tips for Lifting Asian Hair to a Clean Blonde

If you’re a colorist, you understand that not all hair colors are lifted equally to a clean blonde. In the category of “hard to lift hues” falls Asian hair, which, if you recall from your beauty school days might’ve resulted in a brassy or orange tone until you got the process down pat. Whether you’re lifting in the form of a balayage or creating a clean blonde before applying a creative color, knowing the bleach pitfalls can save you and your client time. Ahead, color educator and founder of Que Hair Salon in Sydney, Australia Monique McMahon shares her top tips for executing a clean blonde on Asian hair including the tools and products you need to avoid icky ramen hair.

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