For those of you who want to restore radiance to dull hair of if you want to just changing the color of your hair, highlights and lowlights for dark hair are the simplest way if you want to transform your shade to something different and much more interesting. But sometime people get confused which one is right for them and the most important thing is you have to know before you change the color of your hair. If you want to have a couple of honied shades like Jennifer Lopez or if you dream of having five shades of chocolate like Kristen Stewart then highlights or lowlights are the things that you have to ask your hairstylist for.
Highlights and lowlights are importantly partial coloring techniques which adding a different shade to specific strands of hair so your barnet ends up having depth, texture and a couple of complementary hues.
The technique of highlights and lowlights used differs from block color hair dyeing and involves sectioning off the hair to point the parts of the hair that you want to transform. By doing this way, you can have a couple of more natural looking finish.
A couple of Hollywood superstars such as Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Lawrence are great ambassadors in terms of dark hair with highlights and lowlights because their hair is always attractive and full of dark accents which add movement, body and interest to their hair.
In order to achieve highlights, your hairstylist is going to use a paste which is containing a bleaching peroxide and agent. And then they apply it to the hair by using a specific brush or foils which are strips of foil or plastic which can be used to separate strands of hair from the rest. Or they usually apply a cap where your hair is pulled through little holes even though this technique is rare to be used.
You can choose to have a full-head or 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 this does not look perfect if you wear your hair up a lot.
In order to maintain the look as your roots begin to appear you can also have infills or T-section. This shows that only a small section of the roots on the top of your head are dyed.