The key to highlighting hair is to match up tones that complement the base hair color. Be careful if your hair is dyed, however. Many highlighting products may create strange color combinations if they mix improperly with current hair dyes. One example of this would be an individual with black hair who tries for chocolate brown highlights. This poor unfortunate soul may end up with auburn or red streaks instead.
There are several techniques for achieving dark hair with highlights that provide the drop dead gorgeous look we all dream about. Three of the best known are the classic style, the balayage technique, and foiling.
The classic style uses the well known weave cap to separate strands of hair for highlighting. This style works best with twlighting, lowlighting, and highlighting. Twilighting and lowlighting are often interchanged terms that refer to the action of adding darker colors to brighter hair in order to add layers and volume to its appearance. Lowlighting tends to include darker colors that twilighting, or in larger sections, however.
Balayage is a french style of highlighting that means
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