Anti-Aging Highlights: 6 Hair Shades That Will Make You Look Younger
December 20, 2018 17:17 By Fabiosa
A hairstyle plays an important role in every woman’s image. It can emphasize flaws or hide them. The same goes for age. Sometimes an ill-chosen shade can add a woman a couple of years, or make her noticeably younger. Let’s look at the most versatile dyes that will make you look younger.
First, this highlighting technique immediately makes you look more stylish and modern. Second, it is rather practical, since it does not need to be repeated every month. Third, the hairstyle looks natural and voluminous, which makes you look revitalized.
A currently trending shade. There are several variations: edging into reddish or pink. In both cases, the shade is very revivifying for almost any face!
Same as the strawberry blonde. Please note that this is not the fiery red, which is by the way also rejuvenating but only for natural red-heads. As for light red, everyone is welcome to try!
Similar to balayage, but only ashier or even asphaltier. Any smooth transition of shades will invigorate a woman's look, unlike dyeing, which is always a risky undertaking.
It doesn’t look much different from the usual highlights. But its beauty is not only in its natural and playful appearance, but also in that it doesn’t require repetition for up to 4 months! The caramel hue is uplifting like other warm shades, which soften facial features.
Again, only a transition will achieve a natural and refreshing effect, making a woman look younger than her age.
If you are planning to go for highlights on the long term, now you know which shades and techniques to consider. Choose your perfect option to emphasize your youth and beauty!
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