Highlights add a gorgeous, sun-kissed glow to your hair and can enhance your natural color. Depending on the technique used, highlights can be subtle or dramatic. There are a wide variety of shades and tones to suit every base color, from blonde to bold reds and dark brunettes, with options for both natural-looking or contrasting glam looks.
Unlike streaks, where the entire section of your hair is dyed a lighter shade than your base color, highlights are more subtle. They are usually made with a light to medium tone that is accentuated by the sun and your natural hair texture. You can choose from a multitude of techniques, including foil, balayage, or ombre, to achieve your desired look.
For the sexiest, most beautiful highlights, we recommend choosing a balayage or ombre application method. The smoky look of balayage is perfect for longer and thicker hair, while ombre allows us to create a more subtle transition into your new color by starting at the roots and working towards the ends.
Like any hair coloring technique, highlights can cause damage over time. The extent of this damage will depend on a number of factors, including your hair’s health and care routines. However, with the help of a professional colorist and consistent maintenance routines, you can minimize the damage caused by highlights. In addition, if you do notice any signs of damage, it is important to come in for regular touch-ups as soon as possible. Highlights