All-Over Beauty Boosting Tips
Flaunt dark roots
To get ageless hair with color, leave an inch or two of darkish roots and fade the rest so hair gets lighter at the ends. This lookhot in Hollywood right nowmimics the way sun-bleached hair grows out, explains Jason Stanton, creative director of Fusion Hair Salon in West Hollywood, California.
"You alternate light and medium highlights, varying the placement along each strand," notes Stanton. "But go no more than two shades lighter to keep hair looking natural." You only need to get these ombré highlights half as often as conventional ones.
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