Hair Color Techniques

Knowing which hair color techniques are available will make it simpler to choose the best option for your hair. Various hair color techniques can brighten your face or camouflage hair problems, resulting in either a dramatic look or a subtle effect. When choosing a hair color technique, you must also take into account the current condition of your hair color (if applicable) and the type of hair you have. Choose wisely!

  1. Highlights

    • One of the most popular hair color techniques, highlights add shine to the hair as well as brighten your overall look. Some popular highlight color shades are red, honey, gold and amber. These can be used with permanent hair color or even applied for one-time use that washes out with shampoo.

    Lowlights

    • This technique adds depth to your hair color by adding darker tones. Lowlights create a softer look for those with light-colored hair, and add dimension, which is ideal for those with fine, limp hair. As many as three colors can be woven throughout the hair in order to create a subtle yet trendy result.

    Twlighting

    • Twilighting uses a light hair color to achieve a subtle change. This technique is ideal for someone who isn't ready to commit fully to a hair color change. Twlighting also can tone down bright hair color choices with darker hues. It is very similar to lowlights, but it's more subtle.

    Veiling

    • Veiling revitalizes your old hair color with the use of a semipermanent hair glaze. Most often, the color chosen is a more rich tone to complement the older, duller hair color underneath.

    Hair Color Processes

    • Hair color can be applied in three main ways: weave caps, foiling and baliage.
      A weave cap is used most often during twilighting, lowlighting and highlighting. A hairstylist will pull strands of hair through holes in the cap to ensure a subtle look is achieved. This method will make your hair color look brighter.
      Foiling is a process in which a stylist uses foil squares to apply color to a specific area. Color is applied to the hair on foil squares, which are then folded in place. Foiling allows a stylist to get closest to the root.
      Baliage is a technique in which the hairstylist picks specific areas of the hair and hand-paints them with the chosen color.

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