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Many clients, both male and female, consider the merits of a full color service versus highlights when they think about coloring their hair. However, many bypass the option of lowlights, which is a shame as this simple yet effective technique can result in a spectacular end result. Lowlighting hair works in much the same way as highlighting does, except that the color that is applied is darker than the hair’s natural (or current) color rather than lighter. The process can be used to achieve fantastic impact with both long and short hair and can be used equally effectively for Lowlighting is a partial coloring technique, so only sections of the hair will be colored. The particular quantity of lowlights should be discussed during an individualized consultation with your professional hair color specialist. A single streak can create dramatic contrast with the underlying hair color, while half and full head lowlights can create either an incredibly natural look or something more striking, depending on the color chosen.
Advantages of lowlights
One of the key advantages that many clients find when it comes to lowlights is their flexibility. From the latest tousled locks with dark blonde streaks that are perfect for long summer days at the beach, to rich autumnal reds and browns that blend with the changing of the seasons, lowlights can be used to ensure hair remains very much on trend with the latest styles being flaunted on the world’s catwalks and red carpets. Less of a commitment than a full head color change, lowlights provide a wonderfully subtle way of livening up the hair and providing it with both texture and depth, keeping locks looking healthy and full of body, so be sure to speak to your professional colorist about how to use lowlights to ensure that your hair looks spectacular.
Full-service hair color specialists at A Zen Salon & Spa in Colorado Springs CO. For color consultations and other appointments, call (719) 290-2696. Contact us today to discuss your lowlighting needs.