How to Choose the Best Hair Coloring Technique
What is the Best Way to Color YOUR Hair?
Every head of hair is different, but luckily the processes salons use to color hair have be refined to focus on a each possible coloring need. The most common hair coloring methods are:
- Color Melt
- Teasy Lights
- Baby Lights
Read about these common techniques used by salon colorist and see what fits your hair.
Hand painting technique to create soft natural brightness that focuses more on the ends of hair creating movement and dimension.
If you want a low maintenance, natural look with dimension.
If you’re looking for more of a solid color with highlights right up to the root.
A technique resulting in a clear transition from dark root to light ends. Often popular with fantasy colors.
If you have shoulder-length or longer hair and are looking for a multidimensional hair color.
If you want a more blended, natural looking highlight.
A technique that is used to create a more gradual transition from root to end color, looking as if they melt into each other. The middle ground between a balayage and ombré.
If you’re looking for a low maintenance look with darker root to light ends.
If you want a higher contrast and more dimension throughout.
A technique that is a combination between a balayage and regular highlight. Gets the name due to the teasing of sections before lightener is applied.
If you want a low maintenance highlight with natural root and dimension.
If you want to brighten roots to ends with a more solid color.
A technique in which very fine highlights are added to the hair. Resulting in a natural sun kissed look.
If you want a natural looking highlight with softer grow out.
If you’re looking to add a lot of dimension.
A technique in which pieces are weaved out like a foil then painted like a balayage. Creating a mix between a regular foil and a balayage.
If you’re looking for that perfect look between a balayage and highlight.
If you want a look with less dimension.
Any hair color that is not found naturally. Rainbow or pastel tones. Can be done using many techniques.
If you’re looking to make a big statement with your hair.
You don’t want a higher maintenance look or only like natural hair color.