Colour Your Hair This Season!
A person’s hair is something that contributes largely to the way he or she looks. In books or movies, disguises always primarily consist of wigs – a blonde one for a dark-haired person, or a redhead wig for a blonde. Hence, a change in the hair color means an exciting new change in your entire look. Coloring your hair is a fun way of jazzing up your entire appearance, with just a small tweak. If you are new to the whole idea of giving your original hair color a stylish makeover, then here are some techniques in which you can embrace new hair hues! So Colour Your Hair This Season!
All about Ombre
Ombre, in French, means “color that is shaded or graduated in tone”. This is a haircolor technique where a darker color gradually changes into a lighter shade in a short transition. This style typically makes your hair darkest at the roots, which slowly transitions into lighter hues at the ends. You can choose to make the style as dramatic or as subtle as you want, depending upon the number of shades you pick and the skills of your colorist. It looks edgy on all kinds of hairstyles, but the tonal spectrum comes off best on longer hair.
Big on Balayage
As per the original meaning of the French word Balayage, the technique means “to sweep” the hair with color. This technique results in a longer transition between the lighter & darker hues, and the outcome is more natural. The colorists can unleash their inner artist while working on this style, and play around with how they want to paint the hair with the soft freehand brush strokes required in Balayage. Since there is no foil-wrapping involved in the process, the hair color works naturally in open air, and hence the resulting effect doesn’t need any high maintenance either.
Happiness is… Highlights
Shy of going for an all-out change in hair color? Well, Highlights are a great way of adding a dose of fun in your hair hue without you having to take that dramatic step! You can add the illusion of depth & dimension to your tresses by lightening strategic sections of your hair using this technique. The colorist traditionally uses foil to separate parts of the hair to create contrasting sections to your natural hair color. You can either go for color that is a few shades lighter or a different tone altogether to get bold highlights, or pick a hue that’s closer to your natural hair color for a softer contrast.
For the love of Per Foil
This is the perfect technique to choose if you want just touch-ups or to color only a little section of your hair (maybe to overcome that first time jitters?). The Per Foil treatment costs you according to the number of parts you want to color, or the number of foiled sections used in the process. The foil strips keep the color or lightener out of the rest of your hair, while also trapping the heat inside so that the dye works more effectively.
So, it’s time to stop procrastinating and start planning which hue to dress up your tresses in! Visit your nearest Club Salon outlet and choose from one of the renowned global hair color brands like Inoa or Majirel to add some gorgeous color to your hair & give yourself a trendy makeover this season!
Colour Your Hair This Season!