Wearing colored highlights is a growing trend especially in the summer season and it turns out to be a popular trend, and this type of look can look great for all hair types and in various hairstyles.

For those who want us to dye their hair completely, you can choose to dye some highlights and be fashionable. Whether they are wicks of light or darker colors , any can help you show off a modern look and that can be adapted and combined with different styles of hairstyles and clothes.

Colored highlights and their advantages

Highlights can give hair more life by using the light offered by light colors, which gives a more rejuvenated appearance to the hair, one of the best examples is Californian highlights , which can also be combined with highlights. balayage . An advice given by more renowned stylists is that the color that we give to our highlights is not more than 2 or 3 tones than that of our normal hair, with this we achieve a more natural appearance.

For dark highlights

When choosing a dark color to dye the highlights , what we do is intensify the natural dark tone of the hair, so it is ideal to opt for about 2 or 3 tones above our color. However, they also look great on blonde and ash hair tones , and on other darker tones like dark brown, the difference may not be much noticeable. If your hair is light brown, for example blonde highlights give your color more depth and make it look more natural.

Lighter highlights

When trying to show off lighter hair, we can opt for colored highlights and thus avoid completely bleaching the hair, avoiding the damage it may cause to the ends and yet being able to wear a very fashionable look, in addition to hiding dyed that looks unnatural.

To achieve a fresher appearance, you can choose to color the highlights either in the bangs and the ends, this type of style is known as Californian highlights or ombre highlights . It is a look that is used a lot on catwalks and is also the most common choice of actresses and recognized characters in the world of fashion and celebrities.

Using different shades at the same time

You can create an effect on your hair as if it were naturally dyed by the sun, creating streaks of different colors and fading it towards the ends.

For women with blonde hair, the best shades for colored highlights are sand, apricot or honey. Also other colors such as caramel, chocolate and mocha go very well in highlights for brown hair.

Inspiring colored highlights style

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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