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... I would be happy with just highlights around my face and crown, which I can get to myself. Thanks for any help! I just had it done yesterday and do not know where to go from here. ... (4 replies)
... Chunky highlights are not so in anymore, ay least in the city where I live. I use to get chunky ones but now the look is more subtle. ... (8 replies)
... med. brown using a dark blonde dye. I'd like sandy blonde highlights. I have a picture... I'm a little afraid because the only time I got highlights professionally done, they turned out very light blonde. They lightened my overall color first and that was also lighter than I wanted. ... (8 replies)

... I was able to get my naturally medium brown hair a golden blonde one time at a particular salon with dye, but every other time, they have used bleach. I get my highlights a lighter blonde color and don't like them too golden or they don't show up enough for my taste since I get it highlighted pretty heavily. ... (4 replies)
... Yea, you can use either. If you want thicker, chunky highlights you should use foil. If you want finer, thin highlights then you should use a cap. ... (3 replies)
... I went to my salon and my hairstylist is the only one in the salon that does highlights with saran wrap. I never get chunky highlights and thats always what I want. ... (10 replies)
... brassy highlights that you're trying to eliminate. ... (4 replies)
... aaaaaaaay past due for another color. If the color and hightlights looked lovely then stick with the stylist that did the great job. If she doesn't like thick or chunky highlights, simply tell the stylist. ... (4 replies)
... inches off my hair which I didnt want, and the highlights came out looking horrible. She used a cap to pull hair through and while it may work for some, it didnt work for me. ... (4 replies)
... It's best to go to a salon for highlights since they can be tricky at home. I am not sure what your natural color is, but the salon should be able to get a nice caramel color for you. ... (2 replies)
... you to target roots, or even do more then that. I found these kits nice to use, and it gave me control over where I wanted my highlights....wether I wanted them chunky and thick, or nice and distributed. ... (4 replies)
... It looks funny it you only have them in front. Depending on the look you want, I think ones that are not chunky are best since they look the most natural. Also depends on the color your base coat is and the highlights you have done. ... (8 replies)
... If you want natural looking highlights you'll be using a lot more than 10. ... (8 replies)
... If you can find a picture of how chunky you are wanting the highlights, bring it in! Your hair stylist doesn't know exactly what you are wanting. I have never heard of using saran wrap. ... (10 replies)
... You ought to find a new hair dresser!! I used to get highlights but they ALWAYS did it too subtle and I would say, I want nice chunky pieces but would walk about not even able to tell I had it done. Now, I just do my own at home with herbal essences highlighting kit. ... (17 replies)
Hair highlighting
Jul 30, 2003
... redface.gif I want chunky highlights...Do they do that with foils? ... (3 replies)
... Go to a good salon and ask for a blonde weave. Show them the color. A good colorist makes all the difference. Make sure she understands you want super thin strands if you are looking for a natural look. When you see someone with hair that you want just ask them where they had it done. They will be flattered not offended. I have an awesome colorist and have used her for 8... (4 replies)
... Saying your hair is light to dark brown is pretty vague. It's either light or dark. Natural haircolor will lighten up to 5 levels without bleaching. The under lying pigment needs to be taken into consideration when deciding the choice of color or bleach. If you say your hair is dark brown, the underlying pigment will be red, or at lightest red/orange, therefore a pale blonde... (4 replies)
... if you like thick, funky chunky ones. My friend actually said I look like a 'new york girl'!! ... (3 replies)
... First of all I would go with just super subtle highlights. You don't want to go streaky/chunky at all---that makes the job look super fake. One of the secrets to highlighting hair is to ask the hair dresser to finely weave the highlights into the hair instead of making them thick and chunky---also ask for partials instead of full. With this, it will cut down on touch-ups... (6 replies)




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