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Hair Coloring and Highlighting Trends

Before making the decision to highlight your hair either at home or at the salon, you need to find important information on some of the things that you may need to know in order to guarantee great results, for example, what is highlighting and lowlighting, or basics of hair colors, or the hair coloring secrets'

The reason to get a hair highlight is to gain the effcet of a sun-kissed glow and give dimension to your hairstyle. Vary the shade and intensity of the color depending on your skin color and the effect you'd like to achieve. So, it is important to get the right tone of color and make your highlight perfect. Here are some tips for you to go through for the right hair highlight colors.
  • First you should consider your natural or colored hair color and the contrast you desire when get the hair highlight. No matter you are blondes, red heads or brunettes, you can always highlight your hair. Results will vary depending on your original hair color and the formula you choose.
  • If you have cool skin tones, complement with shades of ash or beige for blonds and brunettes and violet based reds for redheads. If you have warm skin tones, enhance with golden and caramel hues for brunettes, light golden shades and straw hues for blondes, and auburn or copper shades for red heads.
Tips for Blonde Highlighting
Posted by HaircolorChameleon on Mon, Dec 26th, 2011
Blonde highlights works with almost any hairstyles, long or short, straight or wavy. The highlights add a touch of chic, edgy, fashion flair to your overall look. Therefore, it's important to choose the right shade of blonde highlights and once you got your hair blonde...
Blonde Hair Highlights
Posted by HaircolorChameleon on Sun, Apr 29th, 2007
If your hair is light brown or even dark blonde, blonde hair highlights can add a tone of depth to your hair. You can weave in up to 3 different types of colors. Ask a pro about lowlights as well. If you have blonde hair, darker lowlights add more contrast.
Brown Hair Highlights
Posted by HaircolorChameleon on Sun, Apr 29th, 2007
If you have brown hair, you should lightens naturally, it has to go through shades of red first. Thus red lowlights make your hair highlights look much more natural on brunettes.
Black Hair Highlights
Posted by HaircolorChameleon on Sun, Apr 29th, 2007
If you have dark to black hair, you should not go more than 3 shades lighter than their natural color with highlights. In terms of lowlights, tones of red and tortoise (a blend of copper and gold) colors work best.
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