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All You Need to Know About Highlighting Your Hair

What do you do when you want to do something little to your hair? Highlighting can always be exciting, but then before you visit the salon there are some pointers you must browse through. Continue reading!

  • Better to Know Beforehand What you Want – You have a right to know what you are signing for! Highlights could mean adding new streaks of color which may either be different or lighter than natural color of your hair. Known as low lights, these are streaks of darker shades of color than the natural shade of your hair. You could even use two shades of color on hair for a bold contrast. Take a look at pictures of celebs before you make up your mind.

  • Make the Most of Your Natural Hair Color – It would be sensible to embrace your natural hair coloring. Otherwise whatever suits your skin tone will go a long way to enhance your looks. Most of us either have warm toned skin with overtones of orange-yellow or cool toned with bluish-brown undertones. If your wrists pale & your veins are visible, you are having a cool toned skin. You are inclined towards the warmer side if your veins are not obviously visible. It is actually the level of hemoglobin which determines the tone of your skin.

  • Seek Out the Best Hair Colorist/Stylist – There will be many hair colorists/stylists in your city. Invest in a good search especially if this is your first time. Enquire with your friends for professionals & not salon chains. Go through process details with the recommended hair experts. This will give you confidence. Don’t attempt to do it at home until you understand the entire procedure. Only then will you be precise with application.

  • Do Some Research Before You Highlight – Since hair coloring is a long term investment, it would be sensible to keep an eye on out on trends. Do some research on the internet prior to getting hair-highlights; Foil highlighting is the most common technique. Apart from this there are two other techniques as well; ‘Balyage’ is a rage in the West & ‘Sombre’ is also very popular.

  • Not Advisable to Go TOO Light – Be sensible! It is not advisable to go too light on your hair color. Unless you are taking a totally different hair color like blue, green, purple & the likes. Would you like to pick a color which is almost as light as your skin tone? It might make you look washed out. Be careful to pick a color which is no more than 3 shades lighter than the actual hair color, else it would look mismatched & patchy.

  • How Much Hair You Want Highlighted? – Once you have decided on the color of hair you want, you will also now need to know how much of your hair you want highlighted. Many people prefer to get highlights placed around the face for brightening or framing effects. Several others opt for their whole head. Front to back highlighting is also preferred by some with the purpose to hide graying hair. It would be best to sit down before getting those highlights & understand why & how much you want them.

  • Aftercare for Those Highlights – Caring for those highlights is just as important if not more. Ensure that you deeply condition your hair at least once in a week. Indulge in products which are color friendly. All natural hair conditioners can prove to be the best. Make it a point to wash your hair less often & use a heat protection device while styling hair.

Use Ristrah’s Schild Hair Color Stain Protector

This is an all-natural formula made of vitamins, natural oils & Shea butter. Schild Hair Color Stain Protector acts as a perfect hair color stain shield which also nourishes the skin. This all natural formula which is free of phthalates, parabens, SLS/SLES, PEG, petrochemicals, alcohol, synthetic fragrances & animal ingredients is most effective & does not allow hair color stain the skin. Just apply Schild Hair Color Stain Protector along the forehead, hairline, ears & neck before using the hair dye. Do not apply it to hair & rinse only when hair color is rinsed.



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