How to get Jessie James Deckers Balayaged Hair at Home.
Are you ready for a home hair coloring tutorial?
Then you may want to leave now haha.
If you’re brave though keep reading.
I’ve been obsessing over the whole balayage hair trend for awhile now, but it was Jessie James Deckers hair that made me really want to try it myself.
So yesterday while surfing around on Pinterest I spotted a video where Jessie walks you through her balayage or as she calls it honey dipped hair process step by step.
You can watch the video here….
She said she got tired of paying around $600 in LA to get it done and decided to just do it herself with the help of a Revlon product called Frost & Glow.
So after watching that video I hopped in my car and headed to Target to pick up the exact product she uses called Revlon Frost & Glow for Med to Dark Brown hair.
I followed her directions to the letter and guess what it works!
Here are my honey dipped locks.
The difference is more obvious in person I promise, but it’s still a very natural look.
It’s like you’ve been in the sun all year long, but without the sun damage hehe.
So after doing it myself here are a few pointers I have for you.
1. Watch the video two or three times until you feel confident that you know how to do it.
2. Buy the one for Med to Dark Brown Hair because it contains less bleach and that means a much more natural look.
3. Like she says throw the cap away you won’t be using it.
4. Don’t go all the way to your roots.
5. Take your time and don’t rush through it.
6. Only leave it on for about 10-15 minutes.
7. Don’t throw away the product until you’ve washed and dried your hair so that way if you mess up you can touch up that area.
I think if you watch the video and follow her directions exactly then it should turn out looking fabulous, but please don’t send me hate mail, messages, comments if it doesn’t.
I’m not a hair stylist and I don’t claim to be one.
I’m just a girl who has been addicted to all things hair and makeup for as long as I can remember.
I’ve always dyed my own hair and I’m also in the beauty industry so I’m friends with lots of cosmetologists who have taught me a lot over the years.
If you’re uncomfortable dying your own hair or you’ve never done it before you should totally go to a professional to have it done.
Oh and Good Luck!!