3 Beauty Tips for Successful Low-Lights at Home
Hair color is the everlasting topic in the fashion world of hairstyle. Ombre hair has become more and more popular in recent years. For those who are reluctant to try but also want to restore radiance to dull hair or just fancy changing color, low-lights and highlights are the easiest way to make such transformations. Many women I saw over-highlight their hair so that their skin look faded. I recommend you try low-lights instead because it is more subtle than highlights. It can help create a vibrant hair color that brings out your skin tone and eye color. If you are thinking of trying this method, keep reading and there are some tips worthy of your attention.
Low-lights involve darkening strands of hair by using colors that are darker than your natural hair. They are helpful if you want to add some fresh elements to your hair and they are also a great way to start off dyeing your hair for that new hand who wants to retain her natural shade. By adding some new color, your face can also be lightened up. Unlike the streaks, low-lights can achieve a really natural appearance.
Who can use low-lights?
Any types of hair can have a try of this effect, be it straight, curly or wavy. For women whose hair is straight, low-lights can give the illusion of more volume. Meanwhile, curl style can get more depth in this way. Women with very short hair are not suitable for this method as the low-lights won’t create the effect of depth and volume you want. On the contrary, it may lead to a messy and disconnected looking. The following are pictures of some celebrities who chose low-lights.
Which color is the right choice?
Choosing 1-3 colors in a similar shade is suggested when you start your low-lights and 2 or 3 shades darker than your own hair is perfect. The very first important thing you need to remember is that hair color should match your skin tone. You can work with cool or warm colors if only your complexion can be lightened. Women with natural blondes can try dark blonde or a light brown, and caramel, coffee and honey colors can also be selected if you like. Brunettes should choose cinnamon or auburn. Brunettes with pale skin should choose gold or copper tones. People with dark hair can try dark shades that are tinted with other colors. You can take Jennifer Lopez, Kristen Stewart and Mila Kunis for examples.
Here is the video that YouTube guru SabsBeauty creates her low-lights with hair extensions.
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