High Lights/Low Lights

Highlights vs Lowlights

Best Highlights in Albuquerque!
Many women I see over-highlight their hair.  Highlights should complement your natural color, so I often use lowlights to tone them down and temper the frosted look.  Lowlights help create a vibrant hair color that brings out your skin tone and eye color.  Your hair color should never detract from your complexion, and too many highlights can make your skin look faded.  I recommend adding lowlights every third time you get your hair highlighted.  They will help blend your highlights with your natural color, and you won’t have to run to the salon with dark roots every six weeks.

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