Now that the final season of American horror is over, Emma Roberts said goodbye to her brunette hair from 1984. Roberts went honey blond, a lovely warm shade that lightens your skin and brings the Californian girl back to her roots. Nikki Lee, co-founder of 901 Salon in Los Angeles, is responsible for the look. She shared your thoughts on the sunny-not icy-hue and how to keep your client's hair healthy through all its many changes.
"Honey has a new do! Emma proves that not everything will be icy this winter, "Lee said in a statement. "Instead, we keep things warm. Since we knew we wanted to go with your hair for a long time, we wanted to make sure that the blonde did not look like platinum. Keeping it in this honey tone gives us a natural and classic atmosphere for this holiday season. "
Lee used joicos Blonde Life Lightener to lift Roberts' color and your own haircare line (with co-founder Riawna Capri) to keep her locks healthy. "Emma has many colors for different roles so keeping your hair healthy is always our first priority," said Lee. "After your color correction from brunette to blonde, I treated your hair in Common Crystal Cashmere in-salon treatment. This added nutrition and power back into your hair, leaving it looking soft and shiny. "
As you can see, Roberts was not just blond. She also added great length. Lee said, "We left her long hair and I added seamless layers and texture. We thought of renaissance vibes. After shooting AHS with short dark hair, this was the perfect switch to add brightness and sunshine in your life. "Lee sent Roberts home with a travel size of in Common's Magic Myst ($ 18) home to her hair repair and hydrogenate.
It's possible that she's back to brunette for her next project, but for now we love the blonde.