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Feeling drab-add some higlights and lowlights to your hair

Highlights in front
Highlights in front
Highlights by Catherine

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  • Kisha Garrett 5 years ago

    Hi Cathryn! I really enjoyed the article. You really covered some important facts in regards to high lights and low lights. You are an excellent writer, keep up the good work!

  • Ron 5 years ago

    Nice Article. I never knew there were so many colors and shades from which to choose.

  • Bettye Poole 5 years ago

    Cathryn,
    Thanks again for such vital information! I love highlights in my hair, but had no idea of the difference in "high & low" highlight vs. my complexion. Keep up the good work. Would love to meet you one day.

  • Harlene 5 years ago

    Nice article. What would you recommend for women who want to go 'natural' but want color applied to their hair?

  • Regina 5 years ago

    Once again great information. Do the tips on highlights and complexion apply to African Amerian women too?

  • Catherine 5 years ago

    Regina- the same concept for highlights and lowlights apply for African American women as well. Harlene-the type of color added to natural hair depends on the style-for afro type styles I recommend using a beautiful rich color in a single shade. If the natural hair is pressed higlights and lowlights would work fine. Happy coloring ladies!

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