Skiled stylists adjusts clients’ looks with root touchups or partial highlights with additional blow-dry sessions
What You'll Get
- Valid with Natalia
- Products used: Wella, Redken, Olaplex
During a root touch-up, stylists apply dye to the roots of the hair to disguise the fact that hair has grown out and to make a hair coloring last longer. This is usually done for 2-4 inches of new hair growth.
- Learn more about Partial Highlights:
- Partial highlights are applied to only part of one’s head and hair. Highlights are placed, typically, in only the mohawk section of the head, although sometimes stylists consider a partial highlight to be the top half, or the top and side sections of the head.
- Difference Between Partial Highlights and Full Highlights: the amount of hair that they cover. If the client chooses to have partial highlights added to their hair, the stylist will only add highlights to certain sections of their hair.
- How many foils are included in a partial highlight? When highlighting the bang area (also known as a front accent) 5-6 foils are typical. On the top only, 10-12 foils. Top and sides, 18-20. A full head of foils can be from 16-22 foils.
The Fine Print
About ColorUSoul with Natalia
For a decade, Natalia has been providing guests with attentive and luxurious hairstyles. She specializes in color—including highlights and color correction—as well as balayage and keratin smoothing treatments, which leave the hair frizz-free, softened, and shined.