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We’ve all heard of highlights, lowlights and ombré, but what about alternative highlights? These new hair creations are perfect for anyone looking for something different. They’re not just for celebrities anymore!
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Alternative highlights are not the same as traditional highlights. They’re more subtle, and less obvious—which means they’re perfect if you don’t want your hair to draw attention away from your face. These can be done on any hair color or length.
Geometric Foil Highlights
Geometric foils are a fun way to get your hair highlighted. They come in all different color combinations, so you can try them on for size!
What is geometric foil highlights?
Geometric foils are stripes of foil that are strategically placed in your hair and then processed with heat. This gives you a unique look that most people have never seen before. It’s also easy to get rid of if it doesn’t work out or if you just don’t like them anymore.
How do I get geometric foils done? To book an appointment at our salon or spa, call 866-716-2465 or fill out the form above and we will contact you within 24 hours.
Waterfall streaks are a fun way to add definition and color to your hair. They come in many different varieties, including rainbow and ombré, but no matter what the colorway, waterfall streaks add bright dimension to any style.
Here’s how you can create waterfall streaks for yourself:
First, choose a few colors that complement each other well. Some popular choices include red/orange, green/blue and purple/pink. You may also want to consider using complementary colors (two shades of blue or two shades of yellow), which creates an even more striking effect! (Note: we don’t recommend mixing both complementary and non-complementary hues unless you have a very high level of skill with coloring.)
Next sidestepping onto thinned sections as needed when applying product so that all strands are covered evenly throughout the length of your hair shafts without sacrificing volume at the roots where they meet up near skin level at one end point on either side where growth starts again after having been cut off by scissors earlier during this process – where growth reoccurs again after having been cut off earlier during thi
If you’re looking for something a little more dramatic, consider ombre highlights. This style is an extension of the trend toward highlighting and lowlighting (aka balayage), and it can be created with a wide variety of colors and tones.
To get ombre highlights, ask your stylist to highlight your hair in a solid or blended row of color that starts at the root of your natural hair color, then follow the natural line of growth down through mid-lengths into ends.
If you’re looking for some color inspiration, try using: deep chocolate browns; rich reds; golden blondes; honeyed complexions; jewel-toned purples; dusty lavenders; silvery grays — whatever catches your fancy!
In this new hair style, we are going to talk about a balayage highlight. Balayage is a French word that means “to paint” and it is a freehand technique for highlighting hair. This process does not involve foil like foiling does, but instead uses special brushes and paintbrushes to place the color on the hair in irregular shapes.
The result of this technique is a more natural-looking highlight that blends with your existing color and can be very flattering if done properly by an experienced stylist. The most important thing when choosing this type of service is finding someone who knows how much product they need to apply so they don’t overdo it or leave areas looking patchy in coloration.
Sun-kissed ombré is a color technique that creates a gradient of light to dark, giving you the appearance of natural sun-bleached ends. It’s achieved by applying color in layers, starting with a darker shade at the roots and gradually transitioning to a lighter shade as you move towards your desired length.
Mini-lowlights are a great way to add dimension to your hair. They’re less noticeable than regular highlights, so if you don’t want attention drawn to the top of your head but still want that subtle hint of summer highlights, mini-lowlights are perfect for you. They can be added to any hair color and all lengths—from short to long.
There are more highlighting options than you might have thought.
Highlights are a great way to add dimension and depth to your hair. They’re also quite versatile, ranging from subtle to dramatic hues. You can get them with foils, balayage or ombré—a technique that involves painting on specific sections of the hair instead of applying color over an entire area. Although highlights may seem like a more advanced styling technique, it’s actually quite simple: once you’ve chosen which type of highlight you’d like (foil, balayage or ombré), the stylist adds color to a few strands at a time so they blend seamlessly into your existing strands.
All of these are great ideas for adding highlights to your hair. And if you want to try something new, don’t forget that there are always new ways to do things—especially when it comes to highlighting! If you’re interested in experimenting with any of these styles or using them as inspiration for your own unique look, we can help you find what works best for you. Just contact us today to set up an appointment with one of our experts at the salon nearest you.