hair Coloring / Dyeing

Hair coloring is the practice of changing the color of hair. The main reasons for this practice are cosmetic. Hair dyeing, which is an ancient art, involves the treatment of hair with various chemical compounds. Today, hair coloring is immensely popular with both men and women.
Hair dyeing involves the treatment of the hair with various natural and/or artificial chemical compounds mainly for cosmetic purposes. Hair dye goes inside the hair, while hair color stays on the surface and paints the hair from the outside only. Hence, the effect of hair color needs constant touch-ups.
Adding a subtle color to your hair can create more varied hues that pick up and reflect light in different ways, making your hair appear more vibrant and interesting.  It can also help tame frizzy hair by conditioning your hair and adding more weight, which really helps keep your hair smooth and tame.
It is needed to figure out whether you have any side effects of hair color, before applying it to your hair. The chemicals in the hair dyes may seep into the skin and lead to rashes. Some people may get a range of allergic reactions, such as dermatitis of the eyes, ears, scalp, and face. Respiratory problems: The toxic fumes emitted by the chemicals may lead to respiratory issues.
Hair dyeing does not inhibit hair growth

Hair Coloring techniques:

1. Highlights 
Hair Highlighting is changing a person’s hair color, using a lightener or hair color to lift the level of brightness of hair strands.
2. Lowlights 
Lowlights are dark pieces that are woven into the hair that introduce more contrast, generally used as a quick fix for solid hair color from over highlighting. 
3. Ombré 
Ombré is when a stylist uses the balayage technique to create a color contrast that begins darkest at the roots, blends into a rich medium shade towards the middle, and finishes with the lightest parts at the ends of the hair.
4. Ombré Highlights 
Ombre highlights are simply another way to call an Ombre hair coloring style. Ombre hair color styles start as dark roots fade into a lighter shade towards the ends of the hair. Ombre is a hair color technique where the ends of the hair are going to be affected.
5. Balayage 
Balayage is a technique where hair color is painted onto the hair to create a graduated, more natural-looking highlight effect. That means the final look is less stripy than highlights of the past while offering the same gorgeous dimension and fun color.
6. Babylights.

Babylights are accomplished much the same way as traditional foil highlights. The difference is in the placement of the highlights and the amount of hair captured between each foil. Hair is sectioned very finely—just a few strands at a time—to achieve an effect that looks like your hair was naturally lightened by the sun.

Similar to balayage and highlighting, babylights are strategically placed to blend naturally with your base color. The super-fine highlights usually focus on your hairline, your natural part, and toward your ends for a subtle, born-this-way finish.


Hair Coloring Types:

  • Temporary hair color.
  • Semi-permanent hair color.
  • Demi-permanent hair color.
  • Permanent hair color.

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