Blonde on Blonde – Part 2

Blonde on Blonde – Part 2

We know our clients have high expectations, and that’s why L’Oréal Professionnel presents a new generation of colour


International Technical Director Jane Stacey used the balayage technique on Chloe’s hair, painting on a soft golden blonde and alternating with a delicate light cream shade throughout the hair. Balayage gives a soft, natural looking finish and doesn’t leave a solid demarcation line, so regrowth looks far less visible. The overall effect is a radiant, sun-kissed halo of beautiful blonde.


Soft waves are the perfect partner to blonde tones, enhancing the subtle colour variations that ribbon through the hair. Chloe’s hair was prepped using label.m Volume Mousse. Lengths were sprayed with label.m Hairspray and coiled around large tongs, then roughly pinned and left to set. After around 30 minutes, the curls were shaken out and blasted with a hairdyer to loosen them. label.m Matt Paste helps add texture and definition. Look two involved creating a deep side parting, and loosely pinning the hair back to give tousled, geeky-glam appeal.

  • Words: Alex Ashcroft

  • Make-up: Daisy Whitney

  • Styling: Simone Konu

  • Stylist's Assistant: Violet Elliot

  • Models: Toma at Nevs, Chloe Hayward at Next

  • Hair Assistants: Georgie Mathers at Toni&Guy Covent Garden; sophie Springett at TONI&Guy South Kensington