Camille Plourde (@hairbycamillegp) of Hair by Camille in Milford, Connecticut, channeled Khloe Kardashian for this transformation. Sometimes just a little tweaking can make a big difference! Here she shares the HOW TO: Step 1: Lighten and cover the gray using Matrix Color Insider 7n 6a and 8a with 20 volume.
Camille Plourde's client Jocylyn was a level 12 high lift blonde. "She still wanted to be light but a softer blonde," says Plourde of Hair in Fairfield, Conn. "I chose to not go as light with the base and paint in some highlights and two different lowlights."
Camille Plourde, (@hairbycamillegp) a master stylist at Hair in Fairfield, Connecticut, had a chance to put Marsala, the colorist friendly "Color of the Year" (according to Pantone), to work. Here she offers the HOW TO: "Stephanie was a new client to me and said do whatever you want..
Camille Plourde, (@hairbycamillegp) a master stylist at Hair in Fairfield, Connecticut, received a call while at home that she was needed IMMEDIATELY at the salon.A colleague, an artist in training, was trying a complicated ombre on a fellow stylist.
Camille Plourde (@hairbycamillegp), a Master Stylist at Hair in Fairifield, Ct. met with Meghan and couldn't wait to get her hands in her hair. "She came to me with virgin hair that was all the way down her back," says Plourde. ...
Photo 1 of 3 Photo 2 of 3 Photo 3 of 3 Camille Plourde (@hairbycamillegp), an artist at Hair, Fairfield, Ct. has mastered the art of dimensional blonding. For client Sarah, a natural base level 6, Plourde decided to enhance her natural warmth while adding dimension with a color melting technique.
Camille Plourde, a stylist at Hair salon in Fairfield, won second place in Masters of Beauty, a national hair contest. Plourde, of Milford, spent last weekend on an all-expenses-paid trip to New York City for the competition.
This transformation by Camille Plourde @hairbycamillegp of Hair, Fairfield, Ct received so much love that we contacted her to get the details. Share she did: Sarah is a natural level 6 base. I base break her first to shift her base a 1/2 shade and bring out a little warmth.