Highlighting your full head isn’t your only option when you are considering going light.. We like to break up our highlight sectioning into these three catagories:
- Accent: Accent highlights are perfect for the client who is looking for a few highlights (15 foils only) framing the face.
- Partial: Partial highlights are great for mainance after a full head of foil. This gives your hair a break and allows you to minimize bleaching the majority of your hair more often then needed.
- Half Head: Half head highlights cover half the head to achieve more lightness in the hair without paying the price of a full.
- Full: Full highlights give the hair the most change. Trends these days require clients to do a full highlight to create an overall lightness in hair color. Clients who also come in requesting a balayage may actually need a foliage to achieve the desired look. This is when a full highlight is needed.
-Double Full: Double full highlights is used to achieve the maximum lightness of the hair without being a solid blonde. This is usually double the price because it is double the work. This requires thin detailed subsections to cover ground and can take between 3-4 hours to foil the hair along with processing and toning time.
-Platinum Card: Platinum card highlights does not leave any hair untouched. Starting from the back of the nape, thin slices are placed in foil with lightener to achieve the maximum lightness and can get someone to platinum blonde depending on the darkness and health of the hair.