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Root beer, the new hair color technique that takes its inspiration from the famous tipple
First came Californian highlights, then balayage and very soon after that Cream Soda and now Root Beer, the hair color technique which will steal your heart. Find out what it’s all about.
Yes! Dark brunettes also have the right to add a touch of light to their hair. But how can you do it discreetly for the most natural and fresh finish? With the Root Beer technique. Kate Middleton, Sarah Hyland, Selena Gomez and Jenna Dewan have already tried out the trend.
What’s Root Beer all about?
It’s brunette with subtle lighter streaks running through it which add movement and glow to dark hair. The idea is to create a multi-dimensional finish which takes its inspiration from the drink it’s named after. This type of high/lowlights give hair a 3D effect with different interwoven hues which lift the look and give it added dimension.
Root Beer beautifies dark brown hair, with the base staying true to the original color and adding high/lowlights just a shade or two lighter including golden, caramel and copper tones. The aim? To add light and depth to the hair’s natural base color.
The key to this technique is in adapting the tones used to the wearer’s skin and eye color as well as their hair cut and personality. With these in mind the professional stylist can use either warm or cool shades and apply them using a balayage technique that helps to protect the hair structure as well as adding a very personalized touch of light and depth.
This hair color technique is spreading like wildfire in the United States. Many brown-haired actresses, models, singers and presenters have turned to Root Beer to prevent the dark blob effect which can happen on screen. When we combine hazelnut, golden hues and mahogany in one hair of hair we get a much more interesting combo.
And if that wasn’t enough, the technique is ideal for bringing out your eyes with its honey-caramel tones, which when combined with skin tone offers a harmonious and attractive all-round effet.
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