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Hair Highlighting in Houston Salons

Hair with Blonde Highlights

Hair highlighting/lowlighting refers to changing a person’s hair color, using lightener or haircolor to color hair strands. There are four basic types of highlights: foil highlights, hair painting, frosting, and chunking. Highlights can be done in natural or unnatural colors. Color highlights come in four categories: temporary, semi-permanent, demi-permanent,[1] and permanent. Hair lightened with bleach is considered permanent.

  1. Basic foil highlighting
  2. Hair painting
  3. Frosting
  4. Chunking
  5. References

Basic Foil Highlighting

Foil highlighting is the process of using foil to separate strands of hair which will be lightened from strands of hair which will remain its natural color. The process is done by applying lightener to the hair that has been woven and separated using an applicator brush. The foil is then folded to protect the hair and surrounding area during the “processing” time. This is the amount of time required to achieve the desired results. In highlighting hair, hydrogen peroxide mixed with pigment is used to change the color of the strand.[2] This process is also used in applying “lowlights” to the hair. In this process, hair dyes are used to create strands of hair that are darker than the natural color.

Ombre highlights

Ombre highlights is when the ends of your hair graduate to another color, usually lighter and blonder.

Frosting

Frosting refers to the process of free-hand lightening the tips of the hair, and is generally performed on men with short hair.

Chunking

Chunking refers to a style of highlight which is larger and thicker than a traditional highlight, rather than to a method of creating highlights. Chunky highlights are generally offered in a wider variety of bold natural colors, as well as a large number of artificial, or unnatural, colors and are used to create more contrast, rather than subtle texture, as in traditional, thinner highlights.