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ALL ABOUT HIGHLIGHTS AND HOW TO ROCK THEM

2000s balayage, elegant baby lights, sun-kissed beach highlights - there are tons of types of highlights. The colors vary from typical honey and wheat tones to strawberry colors and caramel accents. Your hair is your trademark. They should radiate what defines you. Just like highlights stand out from the rest of your hair, a good hairstyle makes you stand out from the crowd. A good hairstyle is a constant mood booster. It determines how you feel every day when you look in the mirror in the morning. You want to think to yourself, “Wow, that hair!”

STRAINLESS FOR LIGHT AND DARK HAIR

If you have dark hair and want to achieve a natural look, you should definitely make sure not to choose shades that are too light. The result can quickly appear unnatural.

Blondes can visually add volume with both ashy and warm colors. Light brown highlights that are a maximum of two shades darker create color intensity and depth.

The sunkissed look, also known as “bronde”, is particularly popular in hairdressing salons. To visualize this, imagine Pamela Anderson's surfer girl mane or the popular strands of 2000s chic that have made a comeback.

WHICH METHOD IS PERFECT FOR YOU?

If you want to slowly get to grips with highlights, then you should use babylights. This coloring technique creates extremely fine accents in the hair. Your hair will look like you've just returned from a sunny vacation in Tuscany.

With Ombré and Soft Ombré - also called Sombré, you can achieve the perfect color gradient from light to dark. Highlights are placed in your hair lengths and tips. If you want a particularly strong contrasting color, your hairdresser will most likely choose the sombré method.

Chunky hair is an essential from the fashion world of the 90s. The fashion phenomenon can be seen more and more often on catwalks around the world. This involves using particularly bright highlights, for example red, in your hair.

THE HAIR SALON FOR YOUR HOME

On the one hand, there are the comb highlights. First, dip the highlighting comb into the color and run it over your hair. It is important that you do not comb too close to the roots and that you keep natural distances.

The highlight hood is particularly gentle on your scalp as it does not come into contact with the color. This is because you have put on a cap and have to pull individual sections of hair through the holes in the cap - then they are colored.

You should definitely get a friend to help you create freehand highlights with a brush. Freehand highlights are not for the faint of heart, but once this procedure is completed, the results can be surprisingly good.