Spring and Summer Haircolor
Spring and Summer are upon us. Bright and cheery colors replace the darker options we opted for in the winter. Colorful patterns and prints that hid in our closet all winter finally have a chance to come out and play. Its also a time when salons are full of people adding sun kissed colors to their hair, lightening up in a way that reflects the brighter colors of Spring and Summer.
You don't need to be scared of color. Wigs made of 100% virgin European hair, like Freeda Wigs, can take color the way hair can. We recommend testing a spot on the underside of the wig before you fully commit.
If you want natural looking highlights ,ask for slight streaks or blended highlights that stay within 2 to 3 shades of your base color. Leaving a slightly darker root will give your hair or wig a natural look. Balayage, the art of painting on highlights, verses foil highlights, will look more natural here.
Find a salon that has perfected this method.
For a bolder look you can try lightening the bottom half of the hair , while leaving the top a bolder, darker color . Balayage works well here as well, unless you like a very sharp contrast. Consider getting the highlights in more then one color, you'll want a few shades to add distinction and variation. Natural highlights are made up of more then one color.
A great trend for summer hair color is called babylights. Babylights are those gorgeous shades of natural blonde you see in the hair of young children , its the perfect natural mix of blonde that slowly is lost as the child becomes older. Adding babylights to your hair is a perfect summer trend. With babylights, you add a glint of color if you scatter them throughout . You can also add babylights all over the head, in tiny sections of painted highlights in varying thicknesses.
See our gallery or photos on our facebook page for your perfect summer inspired color.