All hair color enthusiasts..! Are you looking to add dimension and texture to your hair? Then look no further with Anveya’s Colorisma Semi-Permanent Hair Colors. Get bold and creative with this trending semi-permanent hair color and create lowlights, pumping life into your dull, lifeless mane.
Lowlights allow you to create a natural look without drastically changing your hair color. Does that sound interesting? But before taking the plunge, we will discuss lowlights and how to achieve them using Anveya Colorisma.
What Are Lowlights?
Lowlight is a term used to describe strands that are colored darker than your base color. These can be used to add more depth and dimension in your hair and create a more natural look. Global hair color, highlights or balayage is often combined with lowlights to create a multi-dimensional effect. This hair coloring technique is apt for brown or blonde-haired people who want to flaunt their long luscious locks. Lowlights doesn’t go well with people whose natural hair color is dark or black
Irrespective of the length of your hair, lowlights with the correct shades look great on any hair type. Lowlights are usually two to three shades darker than your primary tone. From global hair color, highlights, and lowlight to balayage, keeping up with the ever-changing hair coloring trends isn’t easy. If you have blonde hair and are looking for a low-maintenance hair coloring technique, then creating lowlights with Anveya’s Colorisma Semi-Permanent Hair Color is the best option.
Depending on your skin tone, you can choose warm or cool shades. Anveya’s warm hair shades, such as Cairo Yellow, Valencian Orange, and Northern Neon, will take your heart away. While its cooler shades – Havana Teal, LA Pink, Tokyo Purple and Moroccan Blue effortlessly blend with your natural hair color, giving it a multi-dimensional effect. Your hairstylist may use aluminum foil or a freehand method, similar to balayage highlights.
How To Create Lowlights With Colorisma?
Anveya’s Colorisma Semi-Permanent Hair Color with Bond Tech Hyaplex is a fun way of coloring your hair without worrying about hair damage caused during coloring. This unique hair coloring formula with Hyaplex, repairs the damaged strands while coloring it. This incredible semi-permanent hair color can create lowlights. Here’s how:
- Choose the shade you wish to use for lowlights. Colorisma includes a wide variety of shades. This includes warm shades such as Cairo Yellow, Madrid Red, Northern Neon, and Valencian Orange hair colors as well as some cool vibrant shades such as Tokyo Purple, LA Pink and Moroccan Blue hair color.
- Read the instructions on the label.
- Divide your hair into small sections and apply the semi-permanent hair color on pre-lightened hair.
- Keep the color on between 25-30 minutes.
- Apply conditioner to wash off to get fresh, vibrant shades of purple, violet, blue, green and red hair color.
Some Amazing Looks For Inspo
Looking for inspiration? Check out these ideas for lowlights to get you started:
- Lowlights with Natural Look
To create a natural-looking lowlight, choose one slightly darker shade than the natural hair color. This will give a subtle contrast, giving it a sun-kissed appearance.
- Bold Lowlights
If you want to be daring, add some bold lowlights. The vibrant shades of Anveya’s Colorisma in blue, green, red, purple and violet hair color will add color to your locks without going overboard.
- Lowlights that are Multi-Dimensional
Combine lowlights with balayage or highlights for a more multi-dimensional look. This creates a contrast of dark and light that will give depth to your locks.
Colorisma can add lowlights and depth to hair without a major change. Choose the right shade of hair color and follow the directions to get a natural-looking contrast with a sun-kissed effect. For the best results, ensure you have the right hair coloring products, i.e., Anveya’s Colorisma Semi Permanent Hair Color; whether you want to add subtle hue or go bold with vibrant shades, lowlights will help you switch your hair game.
Frequently Answered Questions
How To Do Lowlights With Hair Color?
If you want lowlights in many small sections:
- Use foil strips for dividing hair when doing lowlights.
- Place the foil beneath the hair.
- Fold the foil.
- Brush from the roots to the tips.
- Keep the color on the hair for the specified time and then rinse.
How Do You Add Lowlights To Highlighted Hair?
To create lowlights, apply a shade darker than your natural hair color using the foil highlight technique or even with balayage. Both lowlights and highlights are created using the same techniques.
What Is the Difference Between Highlights And Lowlights?
Highlights are done with one or more shades lighter than the base color, while lowlights are created with one or more shades darker than the base color.
What Colors Are Best For Lowlights?
Shades of brown, auburn and burgundy are good for creating lowlights. If you have a dark hair color, going darker will create an artificial appearance to your hair.
Can You Get Lowlights Without Highlights?
Mostly your hair stylist will incorporate both highlights and lowlights into the hair. But if you want only lowlights to be done to your hair, your natural hair color becomes highlighted.