Obviously, there are hundreds of thousands of shades of color in the hair industry. Have you heard about those colors below?
If not, let’s check it out!
HIGHLIGHTS: It is the process of using contrasting colors to create a sunlit appearance on the hair. Those highlights could be light or heavy streaks blended throughout the entire wig, or just at the top. Highlights are generally used less than a 50-50 proportion.
FROSTED COLORS: Frosted color is one of the most popular color mixes, as it's made up of sprinkles of colors throughout the piece. Frosted highlights add a touch of color without changing the overall shade of the hair.
TWO TONE COLORS: Two colors (T colors) refers to the placement of strands of hair with one solid color throughout the wig, varying the color, thickness and length. This gives you a natural, blended look. Two-tone color (TT Color) refers to the fading of hair with a prominent solid color at the roots into a solid highlight color at the ends. This blend gives the appearance of ombre-style highlights or color that has grown out.
OMBRE COLORS: Ombre is a French word that means 'shading' or 'graduating'. It usually refers to having dark hair at the scalp and lighter hair at the ends.