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Partial Highlights - $120+

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Partial highlights are a popular hair coloring technique that can add dimension and depth to your hair, without fully committing to a drastic change. Unlike full highlights, which involve coloring large sections of hair from the roots to the tips, partial highlights only color specific sections of hair, usually around the face or crown.

One of the main benefits of partial highlights is that they can add brightness and shine to your hair, without the need for a full color overhaul. They can also be a great option for those who want to experiment with highlights for the first time, as they offer a more subtle, natural look.

When getting partial highlights, it's important to choose a color that complements your skin tone and natural hair color. Your hairstylist can help you select the right shade based on your personal preferences and the overall look you're going for.

During the application process, your hairstylist will typically separate the sections of hair that will be highlighted using foils or other techniques. The color is then applied to these sections, and left to develop for a certain amount of time before being washed out. The result is natural-looking highlights that can brighten up your overall appearance.

One of the main advantages of partial highlights is that they require less maintenance than full highlights or all-over color. Because only certain sections of hair are colored, the regrowth process is less noticeable, and touch-ups are less frequent.

It's important to note that, like any hair coloring technique, partial highlights can cause damage to your hair if not done properly. It's important to choose a hairstylist who is experienced with coloring techniques and can ensure that your hair remains healthy and strong throughout the process.

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