Dimensional Hair Color Studio 229 Style
Dimensional Hair Color Studio 229
If you often wonder why your hair color doesn’t look “multi-dimensional” like the shiny pictures on those boxes of hair color claiming to color hair dimensionally, it’s because those models have their hair color professionally done! Dimensional hair color is something achieved by creating many layers of color, with the look of light and dark shadows weaved or layered throughout the hair. That’s what makes it appear to have depth, sparkle and shine, instead of a flat hair color.
There are many ways to achieve this in the salon. Foiling or highlighting the hair is one way. By weaving tiny strands of hair you can create a subtle look. Weaving or slicing thicker strands of hair and placing foils in a denser pattern creates a “chunky” look. Highlighting or Low lighting can be done with hair lightener or with hair color. Using a darker color creates a lowlight and is called reverse foiling. This technique creates a shadow that is often used to create contrast. Similar hair colors create a subtle look, while contrasting colors have a more dramatic, bolder effect.
It is not always necessary to highlight or foil the hair to get dimensional hair color. In fact, it has become very popular to create dimensional hair color with panels of layered all over hair color. These panels can be placed in various patterns on the head for different effects. Studio 229 hair designers love creating this subtle, yet artistic, effect for it is the most natural way to achieve what one’s hair would look like if mother nature herself had created it.
Whichever method of dimensional hair coloring you choose, it is important to pick a color that is flattering for your eye color and skin tone. After that choose something that suits your personality, bold, natural, subtle. They are all beautiful in their own way!
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