We have 3 tips of highlights:
1. Traditional highlighting:
This process is the more conventional way to lighten and add depth to your do. Highlights are created using aluminum foil to help saturate precise strands of hair from root to tip for a more intense lightening effect. In this technique, strands of hair are precisely sectioned out by weaving a pick through small subsections and wrapping the separated strands in aluminum foil.
For more subtle highlights, try babylights, a hair-dying technique that mimics the dimensional hair color commonly occurring naturally on young children’s hair. Babylights can add a soft glow, especially when they are applied to framing pieces around your face.
This technique is a great option if you already have highlights. The color used for lowlights is as dark as, or darker than, your base hair color. It results in more dimension and complexity in the tone of your hair, and there is no lift or lightening done, as opposed to highlights.