Hair coloring is one of the simplest and most accessible ways to change the image, and with it your life. To get the effect you expected, learn the most relevant hair dyeing techniques.
Simple monochrome coloring is not in vogue for a long time. Both star stylists and their colleagues from beauty salons prefer multidimensional coloring techniques and call for combining two or more shades on the hair. In the trend – natural. And natural hair rarely has a uniform color.
Multidimensional staining has another advantage – growing roots will be almost invisible to others. The colorist can be visited much less often, which means that the hair will remain well-groomed.
Independently at home conditions do rattletrap or beautifully dye your hair in three different shades impossible. The more difficult the coloring, the more highly qualified the master requires.
Ombre. Gives a beautiful effect to the degradation – the dark at the roots shade gradually turns into light at the tips. Suitable for brunettes and brown-haired women. You can also use after blonding, if you want to grow natural hair without compromising the image. Ombres have a lot of varieties. Experiment with creative shades – for example, color the tips in pink. Although this option – the choice of extreme. Sombre, or "soft ombre", suggests a more smooth transitions of tone. The master does stretching the color, retreating from the roots a couple of centimeters, and individual strands lightens the tone of the tips. Want to turn from a brunette into a blonde, but are not ready to tint the roots regularly? Sombre for you.
Chatou. The essence of the technique is to create the effect of naturally burnt hair. The stylist in a chaotic manner brightens the thin strands, shades the dye well and creates smooth color transitions. The foil or cap is not used, so that clarification occurs rather gently. The rooftop does not affect the roots, the hair is processed along the length. Excellent solution with sensitive scalp, which reacts poorly to any paint. Particularly advantageous is the stoop on long dark hair.
Balayazh. Balaj and ombre
– Almost the same. Only with balajazh hair pre-combed in the root zone, after which the tips are applied with a lightening dye and make a slight stretching of the color. The boundaries between the shades are soft. The technique is ideal for short hairstyles. Contrasting combinations, such as dark chestnut with copper, emphasize the haircut lines.
3D-staining. One of the most complex techniques. Usually, the stylist uses three closely related shades – warm, cold and neutral. The master divides all hair into three parts by horizontal partitions and colors each zone in a certain tone. If desired, you can add a few highlights – light, iridescent strands. 3D-staining looks equally well on blondes, brunettes and redheads. It visually gives the volume even to very thin hair. Plus enhances shine and, if the shades are matched to the natural color, eliminates the need to tint the roots monthly.
Bronzing. The name comes from the words brown – "brown" and blond – "light". In the coloring involved different shades of blond and natural brown tones. Together they create a natural and vivid image. Master brightens individual strands for three or four tones, then tones the hair in a dark shade with a brown base. Bezammia dyes do not obscure the blond, but only muffle it, erasing the boundaries between clarified and natural curls. Ladies should pay special attention to technology. Although the bronning is done on dark and light hair.
American highlights. Developed by Hollywood stylists. It combines three or more shades, usually with a reddish, reddish or even purple tint
. The master works with different strands in thickness to get a more voluminous staining. When using foil in the process, the boundaries between the shades become strongly contrasting. American melirovanie – an optimal choice for srednerusyh hair, ideally – natural.
California highlights. As well as american
, suggests a mix of several shades, but mostly golden and neutral sand.
Squaw. Requires the use of a special tool that resembles a hat without a trumpet. Hair in the occipital area is laid out on the "field" and clarified to four or five levels (and sometimes more). The result – a contrasting color, to which you can add bright accents, for example, highlight the border of the clarified zone in red or blue. Squaw is suitable for short haircuts. In addition, you will have to regularly clarify the growing roots.