How To Write Leave Application

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Clairol Nice 'n Easy Hairpainting Blonde Hair Highlights 1 Kit (Pack of 3)
Clairol Nice 'n Easy Hairpainting Blonde Hair Highlights 1 Kit (Pack of 3)
HairPainting. Radiant, dramatic highlights with and quick, easy brush-on technique.

HairPainting. Radiant, dramatic highlights with and quick, easy brush-on technique.

A brush-on method for natural-looking, top-layer highlights
Moisture intense conditioner leaves hair soft.
Starting Color: Medium Brown to Light Blonde

How To Use
Holding away from face, shake the Highlighting Powder (1) packette before opening to make sure contents settle to the bottom.
Wearing the gloves provided, pour the Highlighting Powder (1) into the mixing tray.

Then mix in the Developing Creme (2) slowly while mixing with the spatula until it becomes a smooth, creamy mixture.
Apply the highlighting mixture to your hair immediately.

Dip the brush into the highlighting mixture, taking a very small amount onto the tip.
Hold the brush as you would hold a pencil.
Starting from about 1/4 inch from the scalp, brush the highlighting mixture evenly onto selected hair strands.
If any highlighting mixture gets on your skin or household surface, wipe it off immediately with a damp paper towel.

When you have finished applying the highlighting mixture, begin timing your highlights according to the time indicated by your Strand Test.
After the minimum time recommended (10 minutes), check the progress of your highlights. Wipe a strand with a damp paper towel and check the shade. Remember, your hair looks darker when wet.
If the hair strand has not reached the desired level of lightness or if you are seeing any unwanted red or gold tones, reapply the highlighting mixture to the same strand and continue checking every 5-10 minutes until you reach the shade you want.
Do not exceed a maximum time of 90 minutes.
Note:For darker starting colors you should expect to see more gold and/or red tones in your final result.
Thoroughly rinse highlighting mixture from your hair until the water runs clear.
Shampoo hair with a mild shampoo.
Apply the Moisture Intensive Conditioner evenly to hair. For best results leave on for 2 to 5 minutes.

Rinse and style your hair as usual. Discard any unused highlighting mixture.
To keep hair shiny week after week, use the Moisture Intensive Conditioner once a week after shampooing.

HairPainting Frequently Asked Questions
HairPainting is perfect for you if you want subtle blonde highlights that are permanent and won't wash out. HairPainting is ideal for both long and short hairstyles.
Nice 'n Easy HairPainting is applied with a quick, easy-to-use brush for precise highlights.
Nice 'n Easy HairPainting is easy-to-use – even if it's your first time highlighting! Check out our side panel for help selecting your shade result or call to talk to our Expert Color Consultants.
Nice 'n Easy HairPainting comes with a multiple use Moisture Intensive Conditioner that penetrates hair so it stays soft and shiny week after week.
Clairol Frequently Asked Questions
Clairol makes haircolor products. Choose from Semi-Permanent (lasts through 8-12 shampoos), Demi-Permanent (lasts through 28 shampoos), Permanent (lasts until your hair grows out or you recolor) or Highlighting & Blonding to help you become colorwonderful ?.
It depends on the desired result. If you are coloring your hair for the first time and only want to enhance your natural color, try a Demi-Permanent (lasts through 28 shampoos) product close to your natural haircolor. If you want to go lighter, you need to select a Permanent (lasts until your hair grows out or you recolor) haircolor, then refer to the insert that comes inside your box of Clairol haircolor and follow the instructions for first time application.
Most Clairol haircolor products will blend or cover gray hair to some degree. If you have a small percentage of gray (not very visible), use a Semi-Permanent (lasts through 8-12 shampoos) product, such as Loving Care. If you have a higher percentage of gray hair (up to 50%), use a Demi-Permanent (lasts through 28 shampoos) product such as Natural Instincts, which will blend away gray hair.
On the other hand, if you have a lot of gray and want to cover it completely, use a Permanent (lasts until your hair grows out or you recolor) product. If you have 50% or more gray, use Nice 'n Easy Gray Solution.
Strand test is a simple method for you to test haircolor on a portion of your hair before doing the entire application. (The instructions are in your haircolor box.) It's an important step because it's the only way to see exactly how the shade you selected works with your starting haircolor to achieve the resulting color. A strand test will also help you determine the exact timing you'll need to color your whole head.
Product instruction inserts are inside your haircolor box.
Additional Instructions

Read this entire instruction leaflet before you begin.
Do the STRAND TEST to determine your optimum highlighting time.
Do not shampoo immediately before highlighting – your scalp has natural oils that help protect it. If hair has excess styling product build-up, shampoo the day before.
Do not use HairPainting if your hair is double processed (pre-lightened and tinted with a toner), relaxed, treated with henna or color restorers. Call the Expert Color Consultants for advice.

Cover up with a smock or an old towel to protect your clothing.
If your hair has been recently permed, wait at least 7 days and 1 shampoo before highlighting. Be sure to do the Strand Test, since your timing may need to be reduced. If you plan to perm your hair, wait at least 7 days and 1 shampoo after highlighting.
Comb your hair in the style you normally wear it.
Wear the gloves provided when you prepare and apply the highlighting mixture.
If the shade is too light, you need to leave the highlighting mixture on your hair less time. That's why it's good to do the Strand Test. If you have already highlighted all of your hair, call the Clairol Expert Color Consultants for advice.
If your highlights are too red/gold ("brassy") looking or not light enough, you need to leave the highlighting mixture on longer to remove the brassy tones and allow you to reach your desired level of lightness. Call the Expert Color Consultants for advice.
Highlighting is not recommended for gray hair.
Remember that highlights are permanent and will not wash out.
Reapply your highlights every 2-3 months. When applying, be sure not to apply on areas that have been previously highlighted.
Do the STRAND TEST each time you highlight to determine optimal timing and results. Sun, chlorine, and perms can affect your timing and results. You will need: scissors, tape, plastic bowl, plastic spoon and a clock.
Cut a 1/4 inch wide strand from the darkest part of your dry hair close to the scalp and tape at the cut end.
Put on gloves provided. Holding away from face, shake Highlighting Powder (1) packette until contents settle to the bottom. Mix 1/2 teaspoon of Highlighting Powder (1) with 1 1/2 teaspoons of the Developing Creme (2) in a plastic bowl. Reseal Highlighting Powder (1) tightly to avoid spilling.
Completely cover hair strand with highlighting mixture and start timing. Depending on how light you want your highlights to be, you should leave the highlighting mixture on a minimum of 10 minutes or up to a maximum of 90 minutes.
After the minimum suggested timing, wipe the strand clean. If the hair strand is not the shade you want, reapply the highlighting mixture and check it every 5-10 minutes. Remember your hair looks darker when wet. If after the maximum time, the strand is not the shade you'd like, read the Useful Tips section. When the strand is the shade you want, write the time amount below.
Rinse and save gloves.
This product contains ingredients including hydrogen peroxide, which may cause severe eye irritation and possible permanent eye injury. If any product gets into your eye, flush immediately with a large amount of lukewarm water and seek medical advice.
We recommend removing contact lenses before applying highlighting mixture. If you must wear contact lenses during application and if any product gets into your eye, remove the lens first, then flush immediately with a large amount of lukewarm water and seek medical advice.
Never use HairPainting on eyebrows or eyelashes or if your scalp is irritated or injured. Do not apply highlighting mixture directly to scalp.
If the highlighting mixture comes into contact with your skin, wash area immediately with lukewarm water.
Do not inhale or ingest product.
Do not use if your hair has been colored with henna or metal dyes.
Prepare and use the product in a well-ventilated area. If you experience inhalation difficulties, move to fresh air.
Remove all metal objects from hair before and during highlighting.
Wear gloves and rinse hair well after application.
Keep product in a cool place away from heat and light. Do not mix this with any other product. Do not keep any unused mixed product. Do not leave the mixture in a closed bottle (bottle may expand or burst).
Product not intended to be used on children.
Keep all haircoloring products out of reach of children.

I Must Be Going...
I Must Be Going...
"Readjusting is a painful process, but one that I find necessary from time to time." -Arthur Christopher Benson She said she wanted to go out into the wide world... I guess daughters do that. Leave-taking has been on my mind lately. Kyeti and Penny and I have been in the throes of the college application process. Kyeti has made a number of decisions about where she will be going next year, what she'll be doing, and what might be in store. Of course, it all involves a leave taking that is necessary and exciting and painful. I think I'll be happier, and certainly more relaxed, when all this application business is behind us. The deadlines and the essays and the on-line forms and the baring of ones financial soul to the world and the personal statements and the "tell us a little about your daughter"... I think it might be starting to get to me (even though Kyeti is doing almost all of the work!). And I am finding it more difficult to be as light-hearted about the whole process as I have been in the past. And so thoughts of leaving and moving on and readjustments and a new world are not uncommon in this little house of ours. The consensus is mixed (as it should be) and we are all a bit on edge and there are times when it is most unpleasant and there are times when it is all a delight. Gee... when has it ever been otherwise? Cheers my friends. PS. all that turmoil over the city is just me projecting..... :) (This shot of Seattle was taken in IR and hdr-ified, the crackle is from a big pot that has forever been at the top of our stairs, the color is from an old rusty bit of car-door and the rowboat is from a bit of my past. Dad got this rowboat when we were kids and I've always loved that boat. It could be converted to a little sailing dingy and I used to take it out on Puget Sound and sail it upwind (I learned the hard way that my sailing expertise was such that I should ALWAYS start upwind... nuff said) and then turn around and let it run. Remembering still puts a smile on my face. And when I would take it out just with oars, the center board was removed and this left a long, half-inch wide slot right in the middle of the seat and if I rowed too fast water would slosh up the slot and right into my crotch - you gotta love a boat like that! :)) So, anyway, the boat is still there at my parent old house (my brother was living there but now it is up for sale). I went down there the other day and pulled out our old rowboat and saw the cracked and faded tape that we used to cover the slot when we rowed (it never worked completely so I always ended up with a wet crotch) and I sat in it and took pictures. I have to say I was surprised how light the oars felt in my hands. Of course, when I started doing this image I realized that it was Kyeti that needed to be in the boat and not me, sooo... back to take more shots.... and writing this got me to thinking... that old boat looked kinda grim and the bottom definitely had some questionable spots.... But now I wonder if it still floats..... I'll get back to you... :)
high school will end. and then what will you have? press L blah. i'm writing out a friend's recommendation letter for her application to pepperdine now and it's so tiresome (but fun at the same time). how on earth do counselors/teachers do this regularly?!
how to write leave application
how to write leave application
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