Single Process & Full Highlights: Full Head, Full Blonde & Full Foil Highlights
If partial highlights are the hair equivalent of a sepia-toned photograph, then full highlights are bright, bold color—a whole rainbow of it. While the former may invite friends to ask if you’ve done something different with your look, the later will be self-evident.
Single process & full highlights consists of highlighting hair in every section of your head from the nape of your neck to the hairline in your fringe. It covers every strand of hair.
Many women that love the look of a full highlight may opt to alternate between full and partial highlight appointments. The highlights placed in the back of your head don’t show the same growth as the highlights on the top of the head.
Whether getting partial or full, highlights tend to be lower maintenance
The areas where the stylist will add the highlights will depend on the look that you are trying to achieve. They may only be added to the top layer of your hair, or they may be added to the front sections. With partial highlights, the possibilities are endless. Still, that there’s no need to touch up this technique regularly. If you have doubts in your mind, then you can opt for partial highlights to freshen up your color upon return visits to our salon.
Why Full Highlights are trendy?
Full highlights by nature can be very heavy. It allows a natural brunette to become a beach blonde, or they can be exceptionally designed only slightly to lighten all of your hair.
Full highlights are for clients who want to see streaks of lightness throughout her hair. This will give all over brightness throughout your hair, but with less dimension than partial highlights.
With full highlights, your hairstylist will seek to add highlights throughout your hair. On the other hand, if you choose to have partial highlights added to your hair, then our stylists will only add highlights in certain sections of your hair.