Pair highlights and lowlights together for one of the most beautiful combination highlighted styles of the season. By mixing darker and lighter colors you’ll add depth and dimension to your look for an on-trend and intentional style you can depend on. Check out 10 ways to wear highlights and lowlights to show off your color and celebrate your style:
Highlights and Lowlights: Stylish Combos to Try
1. Loose Waves
Use a curling iron to create a loose wavy style that will show off your color and add even more dimension to your style.
2. Volumized Curls
Draw attention to your color by creating volumized curls all over your head. Use a 1-inch curling iron and have each curl start at your temple and cascade down from there. Finish off your style with a mist of Suave Professionals Luxe Style infusion Plump Hold Hairspray.
3. Oversized Curls
Add even more volume to your look by running Dove Style + Care Volume Amplifier Mousse through your roots before they dry.
4. Tousled Texture
Add some texture to your style by spraying your air-dried strands with TRESemmé Compressed Micro Mist Hairspray Texture Hold Level 1. This hairspray will give you lasting hold while also adding texture and even more dimension to your look.
5. Tight Curls
Use hair rollers to create super tight overnight small curls all over your head. Curls created with hair rollers generally last longer for a style you can wear for days at a time.
6. High Ponytail
Tease the front of your hair and pull your strands up into a high volumized ponytail.
7. Wear it Natural
Let your hair air dry either overnight or throughout your morning and wear your natural texture with your brand new color.
8. Messy Curls
Curl your hair with a curling iron, skip the hairspray and go for an easy and messy curly hair look.
9. Brushed Curls
Use a hair brush or a comb to brush through your curls after they’ve cooled for this textured curly look.
10. Sleek Strands
Wear your hair sleek and straight and comb it into a deep side part for even extra drama.
Looking for more ways to wear your freshly dyed strands? Learn how to use balayage highlights to brighten up your entire face.