Don't like blocky highlighted hair? See how to get a natural look by having them done in a zigzag pattern.
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The way I achieved Christine's look with the highlights, is I mixed lightener to get the highlights, I used also a copper, gold color to do a little bit of the copper highlight that I have in here, and then -- an allover color I did with a meche. The pattern I used that just went along the partition to the hair here, to get -- I can do less foils, and it looks like that there's foils all the way through the head, the way that I have positioned the foils, and then across the top, I did is zig-zag pattern with the copper and the gold, and highlight back-to-back, that way it will help the other colors pop, and I did it in a cross patten across the top.
That way it's showing separated on inside. She has got highlights going either way. I did just a straight-line pattern, into real heavy line, but this way you can't seen any of the lines. But I started, you can't see the pattern that I did on her hair, and then I just cut it out, took the length up about 2.5 inches, layered it out, softened it, that way she can have some volume, because her hair is so fine, it's extremely heavy, so. Well thank you