The colorist divides the hair into sections and strategically applies hair dye

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    And even though you might be tempted to reach for some aluminum foil from your kitchen, resist the urge. According to O'Connor, aluminum foil is far too risky for at-home highlights because it accelerates the lightening process and can actually cause your hair to become too light (resulting in a lot of breakage down the road. . . yay). Instead, rip up a few cotton balls or squares and place them on top of your highlights to add dimension and depth. Not only will this aid in the separation of your bleached strands from the rest of your hair, but the cotton will also help to keep the bleach active without causing it to lose its effectiveness.


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    Just as soon as you've acquired an at-home highlight kit, take a moment to gather a few additional tools. O'Connor recommends using a clean toothbrush or a small coloring brush to help you make those small, precise strokes in the layers framing your face, which she describes as follows:

    If you're determined to do your own cheap human hair lace closure wigs highlights at home, make sure you (A) have patience and take your time, and (B) carefully follow the instructions provided. Remember that highlights necessitate the use of bleach, which can be extremely stripping and damaging if applied incorrectly, so proceed with caution to avoid making a frantic phone call to your colorist. Are you still undecided? Invest in a toning shampoo or an at-home gloss to add shine and vibrancy to your color without the risk of damaging it.

    Okay, I understand that you don't want to hear this, but ask any expert and they'll tell you the truth without sugarcoating it:Whenever possible, it's best to avoid doing things yourself and instead schedule an appointment with a professional—especially when dealing with something as powerful (and, um, damaging) as bleach. According to Meri Kate O'Connor, colorist at Loft 647 in West Hollywood, "because highlighting human hair lace front wigs involves bleach, it takes a significant amount of time and knowledge to do it correctly. ""If you don't know what you're doing, your highlights may turn out spotty and orange, and you'll almost certainly need to have them fixed if you try to do them yourself. "

    Did you hear that, people? Highlights are truly best left to the professionals—so please, if you are able to wait, do so. An additional point to consider: Even if you've decided that you're going to highlight your highlight hair at home and nothing can stop you, it's a good idea to consult with your hairstylist first (especially if you're planning on returning to their chair for color correction in the future) before you go ahead and do it.
     

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