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Grace_Hair

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Hi. My sister has a bob very similar to Myleen's and my sister just wants some light pieces through the front.

What placement do I need to do so it doesn't look out of place?
 

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If your not confident hand painting them higher around the face, just foil it, fine foils but a few of them then tone the root of the foil back down to a 6 level
 

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If your not confident hand painting them higher around the face, just foil it, fine foils but a few of them then tone the root of the foil back down to a 6 level
I'm fine with painting. But she literally just wants it round the face. What placement should I use so it doesn't look like I couldn't be bothered with the rest?
 

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I'd do nothing on the actual hairline, as you can see with Myleen's she has no lightness around her hairline at the root.

I'd do a 'no saturation' ombre, and some panel paining on the parting?
 

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Also, if the layers are pretty long to no layers then i'd do the top at the back and that'll look fine.
 

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