Leave the bottom half brunette for a natural look and easy maintenance. A full highlight involves highlighting hair in every section of your head from the nape of your neck to the hairline in your fringe and everywhere in between.
They are used to lighten hair or bring your natural hair color into focus. Full highlights are when you want your entire hair highlighted, all over the front, back and sides of your hair. Share Pin it.
If you want a natural sun swept look, then you need the balayage technique. Add a twist to the regular Rosie the Riveter look.
Have your hair colorist use a balayage technique to give you partial color that gradually becomes heavier toward the ends. Keeping the highlights fewer and farther between up toward the root gives it a balayage-vibe. If you have short hair, you can easily lighten the base and add partial highlights for an all-over hair change.
Get the look with foiled highlights from top to bottom with lots of color added throughout. The curls begin right where the highlights start to thicken, perfect on those with long hair. Tie three knots along the middle parting to imitate this hairstyle. The crisscrosses between your natural hair and colored hair showcase your hair colors well.
Perfect for sleek, straight hair and ideal for older women who want a classic look, we recommend you give this style a try. What a Balayage highlight? Whether partial or full, highlights are meant to be shown off.
Partial foil highlights look best on straight hair like shown here. Many people go in with full highlights to get more saturated color and then simply have touch-ups done with partial highlights since the re-growth is more obvious from the top roots and not so much underneath and from behind.
When full highlights are done right, from top to bottom, the outcome is breathtaking.