Winter is in full swing, but you are still looking for your perfect hairstyle? How about some splash of color in these gray days? Coral bixie may be your new seasonal fav. Especially if you’ve been musing to leave your blonde locks for sunny days.
Rachel Williams is a true hairstyle fairy who brings about the best in her clients. She joins beautiful Ava Mabel on her jaw-dropping hair transformation journey, enhancing the girl’s inner radiance and charisma.
While many of us experiment with our hair color and style for fun, Ava’s story is much deeper and heartwarming. Ava Mabel is a professional gymnast who has been doing acrobatics for 22 years. After a car accident, the girl endured serious physical and emotional challenges that undermined her confidence.
Her decision to embark upon the hair transformation with a professional hairstylist became a part of her rehabilitation and self-healing. “My accident may have put my acrobatic career on pause, but I won’t let it stop everything,” Ava shares.
This winter, cowboy copper and jewel-toned reds are trending shades for those feeling extra bold. Coral also joins the party for its vibrance and reddish glow that makes anyone look more festive. The hairstylist expertly plays with the model’s blonde hair, applying the color to the mid-lengths and hair tips to achieve a smooth transition from the natural hair tone on the roots.
She uses blonde lightener in foils to break up the client’s line of demarcation before painting ribbons of face-framing pops for brightness. The color conditioning mask in coral finishes off the look. The color will eventually wash out, revealing a pastel colored strawberry tone before turning back to blonde.
Rachel Williams also levels up a traditional bixie cut through wispy layers and bangs. The soft layers in the front are softened by a weightless arched fringe in a flawless textural fusion. Combined with a bright hair color, the cut accentuates the warm tones of the model’s complexion, adding to her energetic and artistic personality.
The hairstyling is giving Meg Ryan’s 90’s vibe (those flipped ends are to die for!). The secret is to lift up and twist the hair at the crown for additional volume before molding the rest of the hair. Piecing out some of the ends helps achieve a more balanced look and defined layers. Watch this short hairstyling tutorial from Rachel Williams to elevate your bixie:
A bixie haircut is a truly versatile option for those ready to experiment with style. Depending on the color you choose, the cut may either frame your face naturally or ignite a mischievous spark in your eyes to match Christmas lights. You never know until you try.