Tutorial on how to highlight hair at home using stuff from Sally's or Amazon.  There's a ton of before and after pictures which helps.  I use the same stuff and love it.Disclaimer:  These days you can learn to do just about anything online from fixing a car to chlorinating a pool.  Sometimes you will be successful, sometimes you can make things worse.  The same goes for highlighting hair at home.  Only a licensed professional has the skills to evaluate your hair’s strength, porosity, and overall health in order to give you exactly what you want with the least amount damage.  Having said that, I have had great success with formula below on both myself, and on over 10 of my friends.  But that doesn’t mean it’s going to work on everyone.  If you choose to do this, you do so at your own risk.  Please read reviews and take some time to evaluate if you want to do this before you jump in.  I also recommend doing a strand test before to see how your hair handles it and if you like the results.
 Recently, I posted this picture on Instagram showing my hair before and after I weaved it at home.  I had a few friends ask me to share what I did and so I am writing this post.
Tutorial on highlighting hair at home using products you can get from Sallys or Amazon.

My hair is naturally a dark blonde, if your hair is a similar color to mine then this should work for you.  If your hair is dark brown, black, or red, your results will vary.

Please keep in mind that I am not a professional and there are no guarantees.  I am just sharing what has worked for me.

I do not recommend this on hair that has been previously colored a darker color, hair that has been dyed with henna, permed hair, or on naturally dark brown/black hair.

Tutorial on how to highlight hair at home using stuff from Sally's or Amazon.  There's a ton of before and after pictures which helps.  I use the same stuff and love it.

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