Blonde Hair with Lowlights

A Quick Look at How Ravishing Blonde Hair Looks With Lowlights

Lowlights render great looking textured hair that give a subtle and natural look. Let us discuss the different options of blonde hair with lowlights in this Buzzle post.
Many of us have tried highlighting their hair with different hair color ideas, but what are lowlights? Highlights add brighter hair color to your original hair color, while lowlights for hair, also known as twilights, do an opposite job. Lowlights add darker hues and tones which are of a subtle color shade. They are less flashy than the bright colors of highlights, but still give great texture and colored hair look.

The Lowlights Process

Getting Lowlights
One can opt for lowlights whenever they want to, but most people go for these hair color ideas during the winter or fall, as less time is spent outdoors during the colder seasons, the hair is exposed to less sunlight which makes the natural hair tones go gradually dark. In such climates, the lowlights can add style to your hair, and give the hair a fall-winter look. Lowlights can be used any time to give a fresh stylish look, and add more texture than highlights. It can also be used to correct loud highlights by toning it down with a more natural shade.

Selecting Lowlights
Whenever selecting a color of lowlights, make sure you select a color which is three shades darker than your natural blonde hair color. Blonde with dark lowlights are more noticeable, as they won't blend easily. To add more variety to the hair color choose several shades in similar hues. You can also combine your blonde hair with some lowlights and with few highlights, this will add more texture to your hair. Take great care to select a shade of lowlights which goes well with your skin tone, and doesn't make your skin look too pale or pasty.

Lowlights Options
There are different shades of blonde like platinum blonde, ash blonde, blonde with yellowish shade, slightly golden blonde, golden blonde with light blonde highlights, sandy blonde, and multi-tonal blonde. So keep in mind your natural hair color and find a shade that is 3 times darker than your natural hair color. Shades like deeper blonde suit people who have platinum blonde, ash blonde or yellowish blonde hair. If you are going with brown lowlights, then colors like caramel or coffee can be opted for. Shades of honey and beige can be opted by people with natural light blonde color. Avoid going for black lowlights, unless you have very dark blonde hair. If you wish to go for dark lowlights then select the darkest shade of brown and gray, but try to avoid shades of hay or cream.

Ideas to Consider

Wavy Blonde Hair with Lowlights
Straight Blonde Hair with Lowlights
Long Blonde Hair with Lowlights
Below-shoulder Blonde Hair with Lowlights

To maintain your lowlights hair color, use color preserving shampoo and conditioner, which will help in prolonging the life of your color treated hair. Another important hair care tip is to avoid exposing your hair too much to the sun, as this can lighten the hair color. Applications of lowlights might be needed frequently, like every two to three weeks for hair which has fast growth. But people with long hair or layers might need reapplications every two to three months.

It is important that you get the lowlights from a professional, and select the right shade with the above mentioned tips. So, get the right shade of lowlights and maintain it longer with the above hair care tips.
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