Streaks of light. From babylights to balayage there are tons of ways to enhance your hue with lighter tones.
If any hair color is made for highlights, it’s blonde hair color. One of today’s hottest trends is a combination of fine, delicate babylights off the part and around the face, and heavier, melted balayage highlights throughout the mid-lengths and ends. The result is beachy, Bohemian and beautiful!Learn More
Toffee highlights, caramel highlights, butterscotch highlights, cream soda highlights—when you’re choosing highlights for your brown hair it’s like browsing in a candy store! Go subtle with a highlight that’s just a shade or two lighter than your natural color or go bold with a lighter or contrasting tone.Learn More
Highlights can be natural, or they can be bold and fun! Try highlighting your dark brown hair with purple, cherry, emerald or magenta. Or add pastel or vibrant highlights to your lighter brown or blonde hair. Consider a darker root shade and a lighter version of the highlight on the ends for a natural-looking color combination.Learn More
Highlighting your red hair is one of the best ways to create a natural-looking, dimensional effect. Avoid cool or too-yellow highlights—they’ll look fake. Instead, it’s best to stick to lighter tones within the spicy, copper family for the most realistic results.Learn More
When it comes to highlighting, why should girls with blonde hair or light brown hair have all the fun? These days, there are endless natural-looking and fashion color highlight options for dark hair, too! Here are 15 hair highlight ideas to start you on your way to dark hair color delight!