1) Can the full highlights deal be used for an one color all around as well? 2) What are the advantages/main differences of getting full highlights rather than one color all around?
Christine R. asked on Jun 25, 2013
Hi Christine, The answer to your question is depending on how often you want to get your hair colored. If the color you want to achieve is not too far off what you have already in depth, then you could get away with an all over color. The advantage to getting a full highlight is the dimension in your color that allows your natural color to be one of the colors left in your hair, and depending on how far off what you want to achieve it could be redone in three months. An all over color is going to have a solid line of regrowth that would typically be done a lot sooner. I hope this answers your question. Portia
Portia Lenore M. from Merchant replied on Jun 26, 2013