"In a way, I feel like I'm back in high school on Staten Island," laughs NYC-based colorist Stephanie Brown, who tells us that what she calls the "money piece" is a hot request in safely-reopened salons this summer. But instead of those orange-y, peroxide streaks you might remember from back in the day, these bright, face-framing pieces are created with softer, subtler shades of blonde as well as fun fashion colors like blue and rose gold. "I've actually seen so many different variations lately, and they're all cheap and easy to DIY," says Brown. "You can just order a bleach kit off Amazon — and because you're only touching the front pieces around your face, you don't have to worry about ruining your whole head of hair in the process."
I Dyed My “Mousy Brown” Hair Back To My Childhood Blonde
For some of us, looking back at baby pictures serves as an irritating reminder of the blonde hair we used to have that at some point darkened into a shade