Hair painting has become the new it way to have highlights put into hair. Both foiling and hair painting can produce gorgeous effects and both can significantly change your natural color. The real question is do you know the difference between the two. Click the notes to get the details.
When it comes to color trends, brunettes can sometimes feel left out. Their hue isn’t as flashy as red or blonde, but it is precisely because of its subtlety that brown hair is such a great place for creativity. Brown is made by mixing the three primary colors—red, yellow, and blue—and varying the proportions creates a nearly infinite variety of tones. The color shown above—on the lovely Jessica Biel—has a high proportion of warmth, which gives it a golden-red shine that’s softened with an ashy overlay. Bits of paler honey woven through provide extra shimmer. Get the formulas and tips on application in the notes. –– Laura MartinClick for StyleNotes →
This image is taken from the Holographic collection by Ashley Kowalsky and Zach Norman. As a creative hair color technique, Holographic blends the trendsetting art of hair painting with the vanguard art of air brushing, which uses compressed air to apply color in tailored gradients, creating light intensity and illumination that drifts with the shape of the style. The technique enables creative color creations and placements, exemplified by this long length featuring ribbons of blue, red and yellow. Steal this look in the notes. Click for StyleNotes →
Shoulder grazing looks and lob-bob styles can look great but they can also look a bit bland. Get the right cut, the right color, and the right style and you will have your friends wanting your look and they will for sure be asking where you get your hair done. Get the wrong one and you may be wishing you never went for the chop. How can you love your length and upgrade the look to cool, edgy, and young? Click the notes. –– Kelly Rowe