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Trying to keep up with all of the latest and greatest hair coloring techniques is basically a full-time job (we should know, it’s literally our full-time job). If you’re looking to upgrade your hair color but have no idea how to do it and no time to research all of the techniques, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re looking for a complete makeover or a quick and easy way to update your dark brown hair, we’re breaking down six of the most popular hair color techniques out there. All you have to do is bring this article and the inspiration photos to your colorist.
We usually rely on makeup to give our face a much-needed glow and extra pop of color but wouldn’t it be nice to wake up and know your hair color’s got you covered? If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to brighten up your face instantly, the money piece is perfect for you. The money piece technique adds a pop of color and vibrancy to your mane while accentuating your hair color and facial features. It’s basically like highlighter, for your hair.
If it sounds like the money piece is the perfect hair color technique for you, check out: The Money Piece: The Trick That Makes Hair Color Look Instantly More Expensive.
For as long as we can remember, highlights have reigned supreme as the ultimate way to add movement and dimension to your mane. Light colors aren’t the only way to upgrade your hair color, however. If you’re looking to add depth and dimension to your mane but aren’t in the mood for blonde highlights, opt for lowlights. Lowlights are the exact opposite of highlights: small sections of your hair dyed a shade or two darker than your base color.
If it sounds like lowlights are the perfect hair color technique for you, check out: What Are Lowlights? An Expert Explains Why Your Hair Needs Them Now.
If you know anything about hair color, chances are good you’ve heard the term highlights. If images of streaky, chunky highlights immediately fill your mind, however, fear not. The highlights of yesteryear have gotten a major upgrade and the options are limitless. Whether you’re looking for a dramatically lightened style or a natural glow, there’s a highlighting technique that’s perfect for you.
If you’re searching for the perfect highlight technique for your hair, check out: Balayage Vs. Highlights Vs. Ombre: What's The Difference? And take our quiz: What Kind Of Highlights Should You Try?
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