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ilovebelardi asked:

20 Jul 2009

Difference between highlights and lowlights?

tomorrow i'm getting highlights; but i don't think my parents scheduled the right thing b/c the look i'm going for is similar to :…

will my hair end up like that with only highlights? sorry about that

i lost the pic but i think her hair is kinda similar



jessd says:

Posted on 20 Jul 2009

While highlights add brighter shades to your hair color, lowlights (also called twilights) do just the opposite – they add darker hues and tones for a more subtle color variation. Generally less flashy than highlights, lowlights still provide color shifts for all hair colors, and when used properly, they can be a beautiful touch to add to a great style.


babiijuiciix3 says:

Posted on 20 Jul 2009

low lights are darker and highlights are lights like if you were blond and got a lighter blond highlights then get a darker almost brown low light thats the difference and even if they secluded the wrong thing you just tell them they can't pick out a color with talking to you or looking at you

and theres no picture can you reshow it


amaay says:

Posted on 20 Jul 2009

quite simply, a highlight lightens and brightens the hair, while a lowlight darkens and deepens it. think blonde, gold and chamomile tones for highlights; reds, plums and aubergine shades for lowlights. usually, two or three colours are used throughout the hair for a multifaceted, shimmering effect - any more than that and the hues can lose their contrast and look a bit muddy[;



barbipixi says:

Posted on 21 Jul 2009

ok first bring in a pic!

usually when you tell someone highlights they are actually going to do foils (they are different but most people will know you meant foils)

foils are sections of the hair that are dyed and highlights are all over (i'm talking every layer all over your head has highlights) foils usually they just basicly do small streaks and they use allumium foil to do them

and the girl in the pic has like A-Line Foils they are not all the same or in a row someone maybe even just painted sections of her hair randomly

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