Color correction is the process of adjusting hair that was incorrectly dyed. Professional stylists can tweak hair color
to yield desired results. The cost of color correction varies per
client and situation, and is determined during a consultation prior to
the correction process.
They say blondes have more fun
- but only if they choose the right shade of blond. Here you'll learn
the right shade of blond for your skin coloring, along with the latest
trends in getting that perfect blond hair color.
What Is the Difference Better Highlights and Lowlights?
Highlighting and Lowlighting involves placing color on select strands of hair
and leaving the rest of the hair in its natural color. Both color
applications can be used separately to add color dimension to hair or in
conjunction with each other.
If you’re ready for a change you should try out the ombre hair
coloring. The word “ombre” is French and it means shaded or graduated
in tone. Your hair roots remain dark while the rest of your hair becomes
lighter. It’s really versatile and can go from brown to blonde, red,
purple or any color you want. You can experiment with shades of many
colors. The obmre hair coloring doesn’t require much maintenance and it
gets better as the hair grows out. Keep the look of your hair natural
and add a dose of vibrancy to it by making it ombre.
This is an excellent way to stay fashionable and trendy. If you
haven’t tried it yet, you should give it a try this season cause it’s
one of the hottest hair trends.