Thursday, November 18, 2010
While tinting red hair with blonde highlights, the size, number and location of the highlights are the keys to achieving the look you desire. If you want your highlights to blend with the rest of your hair, you should get slim highlights on the crown of your head. However, if you want noticeable highlights, you can get large blocks of hair colored blonde. If you want to spice up a simple shoulder-level bob, you can add highlights in a way that your hair transitions from red to blonde in places. If you have layered hair, a slightly unusual option is to have blonde highlights at the back. If you have long red hair in shades of mahogany, copper, auburn, etc. a look you can experiment with is blonde lowlights, which is also very trendy.
Posted by HAIRBYMZFELICIA at 10:45 AM