When it comes to highlighting your hair in the summer, we're all for it. Whether you go platinum, caramel or baby blonde - we're always suckers for the bleach.
But, if you've ever gone blonde before - you'll understand the ball ache that can come with trying to keep up with it. (Say hello expensive 6 week touch-ups and the effort of trying to make your roots look like they're SUPPOSED to be there.)
SO, if you're wanting a super natural way of going blonde this summer, that doesn't need a hella load of after-care then we think we've found the one for you.
Enter = colour melt.
Created by Zoe Adams - Director and Senior Colour Technician at Taylor Taylor, colour melt is basically a less obvious and harsh way to do balayage or highlights.
It involves slightly backcombing the roots, before applying super teeny-tiny babylights through the hair - which end up giving the most natural, light reflecting highlights EVER.
Oh, and because the end result of highlights are SUPER fine - it means that when your colour starts to grow out, it'll look waaay more natural and like it was supposed to be like that all along. Winning.
Thoughts? Hit us up @sugarscape and let's chat?