Highlighting is a great way to bring in a variety of boring monochromatic hair color and create a visual volume.
Highlighting is called partial bleaching of hair. It can be varied in width and even in length – it all depends on the vision of the master and the wishes of the customer.
Nowadays there is a lot of species of melirovonia. This is a classic highlighting, and glare, and dressing, as well as the opposite, gentle, balayazh (with underline contours), shatush (the effect of burnt hair) and much, much more.
In my opinion, highlighting on dark hair is quite a time-consuming procedure, since requires great skills of the master in the selection of dyes and care products rather than blond hair. After all, substandard materials can make a brunette out of a brunette (because of some pigment in her hair).
Somehow I have already talked about my unfortunate experience of highlighting and the deplorable result: a wildly awful yellowish shade.
So any visit to the unchecked by the time or friends of the hairdressing salon for the owner of dark hair can end. When blond ladies have a chance to leave alive.
If suddenly you are lucky with the master and the salon, and the result was the same as you planned, you shouldn’t be happy ahead of time. After all, after a couple of hair washing procedures, there is a high risk of a terrible yellowness.
And how wonderful that there are professional cosmetics and care products for such hair. After all, must have for owners of highlighting on dark hair should be, at least, a tinted shampoo against yellowness.
Having highlighting on dark hair is not the cheapest pleasure, because besides the procedure of highlighting itself (which is often accompanied by tinting), you need an entire arsenal of care products: colored hair shampoo, balm, tinted shampoo, regenerating agents …
Yes, it is not cheap, but is the result worth it?