Single Process & Partial Highlights: Brown, Black, Blonde Hair Highlights
A single process doesn’t damage your hair but turns your dull hair into something shiny and vibrant. Partial highlights (like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s) are often placed around the face for a brightening or framing effect.
A partial or half highlight is a service that applies highlights to only a part of your head. Highlights are placed typically on the Mohawk section of your head. Although some stylists consider a partial highlight to be the tophalf, the top and side sections of your head, leave this to our discretion. We at IGOR’s will guide you about single process & partial highlights based on your look.
Partial highlights can be very natural looking. They are designed to lighten the hair similarly, like the sun would lighten your hair. Although a single process & partial highlights service can be dramatic and bold too if you place a few, heavy highlights in one specific area of your hair.
We at IGOR’s are experts of ‘Highlighting’ hair.
Partial highlights add a new flair and style to your hair; that is why they are mostly in demand. To carry it out smoothly, Foil or Balayage are often used. Herein, you will find hairstylists putting highlights around the face, followed by the top of the head. These Partial Highlights certainly multiply the dimension of your hair while leaving the underside as it is of the natural hair (or they can have a base color during a single-process service for these coloring highlights). This, eventually, makes your precious hair look thicker and fuller.
Benefits of Partial Highlights
1) Limited potential damage because it bleaches fewer strands of hair.
2) They can be more affordable than getting full highlights done.
3) They can be placed where you want to make it look like the sun naturally lightens the front sections of your hair.