Tips for Choosing the Right Highlights

To pick the right sun kissed highlights in San Diego, it is important that you take into consideration your skin tone, your type and of course your natural hair color. This will mean that when you finally choose your hair highlights they will simply work with what you’ve already got, when things are done this way it is easy to get it right with sun kissed highlights in San Diego.

You’ve got gorgeous, silky tresses but it doesn’t make you glow. While nature always knows how to color match, a little help from hair highlights can give your hair that extra oomph and enhance your looks. You start by taking a good, long look at yourself in the mirror. Check what type of hair you have and whether it is wavy, curly or fine. Now look at the color whether it is brown, blonde, red or black; once you assess your hair type, read on to find out which sun kissed highlights in San Diego will look best on you.

There are different ways of applying wella color in San Diego. Your hair type often decides this along with the kind of look you are aiming for. Foil hair highlights, slicing, balayage and ribbons are a few techniques that come up when we talk sun kissed highlights in San Diego. Foil hair highlights is one of the common methods and uses foils, as the name suggests. This works best on fine hair as it gives more body. A balayage specialist San Diego does hand painting giving your hair a natural effect, and flatters wavy or curly hair. Slicing has less to do with hair type and more to do with the effect. It is very subtle.

Blondes can totally rock the blue ribbon hair highlights; they can also experiment with strawberry blonde and Brazilian blonde. The latter look involves streaking only the ends of hair, which mimics the natural process of bleaching one gets by being out in the sun. Brunettes, on the other hand, should play carefully with blonde highlights. Instead they can show off shades like caramel and copper beautifully.

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