For Kristina, stylist Wayne Peterson of The David Salon in Costa Mesa, California created a very sexy and natural look with her longer layers and dimensional blonde hue.

To style, a volumizing mousse was applied on damp hair before blow-drying for volume with a round brush. Once the hair was completely dry, an extra large curling was used along with a working spray to create a soft flowing bend to the hair.  After piecing back through by hand, a medium hold spray was used to finish.

The David Salon - Costa Mesa, CA (USA)

Hair: Wayne Peterson


Leah had one length strands with scraggly ends that reached mid way down her back. Her natural (level 7) color was a dull, dirty dishwater blonde. She was in desperate need of a change.

Mary Jane Hirsch of Pon International started the new look by cutting a mid length style that hit just at her shoulders. She added soft, face-framing layers from the cheekbones down, then went back through to texturize all over.


Callie had ultra long hair that simply just hung with no shape or style. Sara Wayne started a new look by cutting off about three inches from the bottom then added a heavy side bang or fringe and tons of layering for movement. She glazed over the top of her natural copper red color then styled starting with Pon International Elevatë at the root and Müssy Sea Silk Styler all over. Sara roller set Callie’s hair using larger rollers placed in a random direction and allowed the hair to dry.


Stylist and Hair Extension Specialist, Jaime Queenin added mainly length to Shawnae’s naturally fine strands. The real human hair extensions were designed to work with her existing blonde and brown color but take the length to the next level. To blend with her natural hair, Jaime shattered the ends and sliced back through the added length.


For Melissa, it’s all about her length! Jennifer Stevens-Mell took her strands from just past the shoulder and added length and tons of volume using hair extensions. The extensions are blended into her natural hair by slicing into them for a seamless finish. The color of the extensions also helps blend with a darker block underneath for a natural-looking transition.


Mary’s one length hair was applied with longer layers to add some style and movement overall. Pon Saradeth (of Pon International in Anaheim Hills, California) then heavily texturized all over for a rougher finish. For her color, a richer series of brown was infused with some soft caramel highlights.


Shelly Reeves created a perfect option for longer hair for Kristen. She started with long layers that ended just below her shoulder, and then created a side-sweeping bang. Once the foundation was set, she went back through and heavily texturized to add movement.

She took the color from a dull blonde to a rich warm golden tone to complement Kristen’s skin. The base is a warm medium brown with a few golden blonde highlights placed to accent the texture of the cut.


Beth’s hair is a shoulder length shag that has been cut into with lots of texture. Much weight and bulk has been removed. Soft fringe was also blended in for a seamless look.

For her color a warm level 6 copper that had been highlighted through with beige and light blonde.

Todd took varied sized sectionsof dry hair and applied a working spray and shine spray. Next he curled the sections in the same direction, but with different amounts of hair and tightness of curl all with a one-inch curling rod. The outcome is a mix of fun texture that works for any occasion.


Ashley's hair was just past her shoulders in her solid natural dark blonde. She had lots of damage from years of sun and swimming in chlorinated pools.

For her new look, Pon Saradeth, owner of Pon International in Anaheim Hills, California cut off all of the damaged hair and created a mid length shag with lots of texture around the bottom and choppy bangs. For her color, a medium brown was applied all over, then Pon highlighted through for a chunky sort of dimension. 


Shoulder-touching layers offer soft, barely-there waves.

Get the Look: Prep hair with styling lotion (or straightening balm if you have natural curl) and blow dry sections with a round brush. Mist larger sections with thermal styling spray and wrap around a medium curling iron. Hold a few seconds to set the curl and then release. Continue until all sections are done, rolling away from your face in front and back and forth in back. Shake your hair out and finger style into place. Mist with a light finishing spray to hold.