Fixing Overdone Hair Highlights

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How to fix overdone hair highlights; get professional tips and advice on methods and techniques on styling your hair in this free beauty video.

Part of the Video Series: How to Highlight Hair
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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Amelia, and on behalf of, we'll be talking about highlighting at home. So let's say you get a little bit too much blonde in one spot. What do you do? Well the easiest way to fix it would be to go back to the store and get a semi-permanent or deposit-only color, a shade or two darker than the blonde you've got in there now. I would try and stick with a medium golden shade because if you do too ash, it may come up green, if you do too warm, it may come up a little brassie. So just like a nice neutral or beige, slight gold, that's about as warm as I would get. I would mix it up and I would actually hand apply. I wouldn't pull it through the cap or anything like that. I would take my mascara wand or my finger, or a brush and I would just figure out where I didn't want the highlights to be anymore and I would apply the color there. Let it process, and then shampoo it out, and now you'll have immediately added some lowlights.


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