Blondor Freelights is revolutionising the Dallas balayage color scene. The process of highlighting hair goes back 50 years or more and has been done with a variety of interesting and sometimes torturous techniques.

Remember the cap?   Starting first with very bold obvious streaks and eventually working it’s way into a blended look. For over 2 decades I’ve been doing all variety of highlights in foil, turning up my nose to what I felt were gimmicky substitutions such as cotton papers, plastic wrap and hair painting (balayage).

Recently with the release of Blondor Freelights by Wella my mind has changed. I’ve always liked balayage for brightening the ends and ombre’ looks, but now I can paint hair up to the scalp without a disastrous result.

“NEW BLONDOR FREELIGHTS IS THE FIRST BLONDOR PRODUCT TO ENABLE CREATIVE HANDPAINTING WITHOUT THE USE OF FOILS, SARAN OR COTTON. PERFECT FOR NATURAL-LOOKING, SUNKISSED HIGHLIGHTS AND ON-TREND TECHNIQUES LIKE BALAYAGE AND OMBRE”

Blondor Freelights works with 20, 30 and 40 volume developers and has it’s own applicator brush and spatula for a variety of highlighted looks.

Blondor Freelights allows me to highlight certain strands or pieces of hair without it moving or bleeding onto the other hair. I love this. Not only is this product good for ombre’ and rooted looks, it’s perfect for blending out a root in-between foil services or replacing foil all together for a soft blended look from scalp to ends. I can’t say enough good things about this product and my new obsession with hair painting. Foils is still here to stay but with the new discovery of Blondor Freelights the game has changed.

What can I say? My mind has been blown. Whether its bold streaks, fine strands, bold ombre’ or a cat scratched look, Blondor Freelights is a great new tool in my tool box for me to make amazing highlighted looks.

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