Highlight and lowlights for brunettes.



highlight and lowlights for brunettes

This look works best and would be a great idea for someone that wants something low maintenance.

highlight and lowlights for brunettes

At that appoint, ent I would also refresh the ends with a toner.

highlight and lowlights for brunettes

Medium skin tones that look great in warm colors wear this color nicely.

highlight and lowlights for brunettes

Ask your stylist if they offer memberships or have any specials if you book ahead.

highlight and lowlights for brunettes

Talk about a boss look.

highlight and lowlights for brunettes

Your stylist is interested in keeping your hair healthy and looking great, and sometimes that takes a few visits.

highlight and lowlights for brunettes

This is a great way to renew your look without paying the cost of an entire foilayage.

highlight and lowlights for brunettes

Apply the Sugar Lift after styling to get that textured beachy look.

highlight and lowlights for brunettes

Besides bright pink, electric blue and emerald green would work here just as fine.

highlight and lowlights for brunettes

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Go lighter than 3 shades and you run the risk of looking like a skunk or a zebra!



Work with your stylist to create a color combination that will really pop against your base color.



Hair that is beginning at a light to medium brown is a perfect backdrop for these rich caramel highlights.



The highlights, in this case, are low maintenance.



Hair that is straight in texture and naturally medium to dark brown is the best base for this color and cut.



Light to medium skin tones that look great in warmer blues, greens, and oranges look great in this bright caramel highlight.



This is a foilayage that I created on a client with virgin hair.



Talk about a boss look.