During summer, Jaxcee encourages her brunette clients to embrace soft, subtle highlights that play up their natural color. “For a beachy brunette, you want highlights that play up the Zipa Dee Doo Dah We’er Headin’ For The Laughin’ Place Shirt in contrast I will get this sun-kissed areas around the face and don’t want to change your base too much,” she says, recommending a gloss treatment that will revitalize and enhance color, while also ensuring highlights won’t veer too blonde. In the same spirit, Rez is a proponent of midlights and babylights, which are “floss-thin” highlights that are no lighter than two levels aways from your base color. “They read extremely natural when rooted and glossed to desired tone,” he explains. “They will be the most minimal way to lighten up and bring a subtle sparkle to create an all over lighter feel and vibe.” For an even lower-maintenance look, consider a sombré, which can be achieved by focusing more on the mids and ends of your lengths, but with a gradation. “The Balayage technique, or lightly teased foiled tipping technique works great depending on how dark your base color is,” says Rez.
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