The hot breezy season is here and with any new season comes a new drop-dead-gorgeous hairstyle. If you haven’t made an appointment yet to your favorite hair salon, now is the time. Update your new summer hair cut with a new hair color and while you’re at it, why not go even further and add some dimension to your hair with gorgeous highlights.
As a fashionista, it’s important to keep your appearance polish from head to toe . Here are 5 ways you glamify your look with hair highlights.
Honey blonde highlights can do wonders with your appearance. Jenni from I Spy DIY standout hair color brightens up her beachy waves.
This beachy color reflects the laid-back nature of summer. I recently saw an image of Miley Cyrus sun-kissed highlights throughout her dark brown hair and it worked well against her dark brows and eyes.
Either you love it or hate it because this is one hair color trend that’s not going away anytime soon. Celebs like Rachel Bilson and Lauren Conrad are A-listers who pioneered the ombré look.
Copper highlights is a great look for brunettes who want to add a few highlights to lighten up their look. Celebs like Mila Kunis highlights gives her skin tone a warm glow.
If you have brown hair, have your colorist add platinum blonde highlights throughout while letting some of your natural brown hair show through for contrast.
You too can get your hair coloring done correctly without breaking the bank or settling for a cheap drugstore brand. Top salons like Rush Hair, can offer rich quality color you’ll love. As an award-winning salon, the team has a reputation for creating stunningly beautiful yet wearable hairstyles and their ground-breaking creativity has been seen all over London Fashion Week.
If you’re new to hair highlights, I advised that you go to a trained professional because nothing is more impressive than well-done highlights.
Will you try hair highlights this summer?
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