Artist Connective Member Erin Mills Shares Her Secret to Making Her Blondes Shine – Style

Blonding is hard work, and no one knows that better than Erin Mills —  Artist Connective Member, owner of Theory Salon in Orlando, FL, and blonde expert. 

She swears by Sebastian’s No.Breaker leave-in treatment spray to keep her blonde clients looking bright and hydrated. 


No.Breaker means stronger hair and less breakage. It deeply penetrates the hair cuticle to create new bonds within the hair fiber, adding volume. From naturally curly hair to the blondest blondes, No.Breaker smoothes and conditions, repairing damaged hair.

Just take this, who Mills said really wanted that “lived-in” look.

“You know how you take a lot of time doing your makeup to make it look natural? It’s the same with hair,” Mills explains. “Lived-in hair takes a lot of work to look that good! But, the results and longevity of the look make it all worth it! 2 rows of hand-tied extensions added the perfect amount of thickness, combined with the lived-in color and finished with a @sebastianpro_northamerica No. Breaker Treatment.”

Another client wanted that lived-in look, too, but dealt with serious fading between appointments.

“To help give her the maximum amount of time before fading, I always recommend finishing the service with a treatment to lock in the gloss,” says Mills. “I used @sebastianpro_northamerica No. Breaker after shampooing, and blow-dried the treatment into the hair.”

Learn more about No.Breaker at Cosmoprof.

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