Highlights and lowlights for dark brown hair are the easiest and simple way in order to transform your shade into something more interesting and attractive. After a little bit of extra light, highlights and lowlights are the perfect to restore radiance. But you have to choose which one is the perfect one for you and you have to know before you change into your new color.
If you want to have multiple shades to your hair like Jennifer Lopez or you want to have five shades of chocolate like Kristen Stewart, so highlights and lowlights for dark brown hair are the thing that you have to ask to your hairstylist.
The technique of highlights and lowlights
Highlights and lowlights for dark brown hair are very important partial coloring techniques which are adding a different shade into specific strands of your hair so you will end up having texture, depth and a couple of complementary hues.
The technique which has been used differs from block color hair dyeing and you have to section off your hair to the target the sections that you want to transform. By doing this way, you will have a couple of hues more natural looking finish.
There are a couple of Hollywood superstars such as Jennifer Lawrence and Jennifer Aniston who become the ambassador for highlights and lowlights for dark brown hair because they always wear hair which full of dark and light accents that adds movement, body and interest to their lush locks.
In order to get highlights, your hairstylist will apply a paste which is containing a bleaching agent and peroxide. And then, they will apply it into the hair by using a special brush as well as foils which are strips of plastic of foil which have been used in order to separate strands from your hair from the rest, or a cap even though this technique is not usual anymore.
You can choose to apply a full-head of half-head of highlights, unlike a full hair color. It means that you can have the top of your hair dyed which is leaving the underneath natural even though is your apply your hair up much, and then this does not look perfect.
In order to maintain the appearance because of the roots start to show, you can also have T-section. It means that only a small part of the roots which are located on the top of your head are re-dyed. It makes maintaining highlights and lowlights for dark brown hair little cheaper.