Indoor fluorescent light is flat and matte and direct sunlight reflects depth in the hair that brings shine and deep rich tones that can make the hair appear darker! I like both but in this picture you can see indoor light is like office lighting ,it's bright and flat so you can see better when working at the office however I like to call it "Wal-mart" lighting because it brings out your pores, eeew! But I think the color should look good in all lighting scenarios, don't you? Enjoy
L.A.'s Raddest Hair Colorists To Follow On Instagram
L.A.'s Raddest Hair Colorists To Follow On Instagram #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/best-los-angeles-colorist-hair-instagram#slide-15 Colorist: Mireya CamachoInstagram: @colormemimiCamacho uses balayage to give her clients hair that is so full of dimension, you'll continue staring at her work long after you hit "like."...
"For this color correction I applied Wella Blondor+20vol(6%)+Olaplex on the back of the head and Wella Blondor+40vol(12%)+Olaplex towards the top of the head. I applied a full head of heavy highlights with foils until reaching a pale blonde. To tone I used Pravana’s express toner in pearl for 10 min. Followed with Olaplex No.2 for 10min. Shampooed and conditioned." - @jackmartinsalon ❤️ #olaplex #blonde #hairlove #btcpics #modernsalon