Global Highlights And Color Best Offer INR 2999 Each

Global Highlights And Color Best Offer INR 2999 Each

You might have got tired taking route touchup all the time since long time, now, if you are ready to give all your hair new color and then highlights on the top of global color then get into v v studio hair salon near by you in j p nagar Bangalore at best prices: 

Global color @ INR 2999 - Medium length Hairs

Global Highlights @ INR 2999 - Medium length Hairs

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If you value fashion and desire a stylish appearance, v v studio may be the finest hair salon with all your fashionable hair shades.

Global hair colour is a way of colouring your hair that gives it the same colour all the way from the ends to the roots. It's a great idea for people who want a different hairdo but don't want to use bright pop colours.
A session of global hair colour takes between one and three hours to finish. We know it's not easy to choose a global hair colour with highlights for Indian skin. Even so, it gives hair a beautiful matte finish when it's done.
Global hair colour shades for Indian skin don't lack variety; rather, they don't know how to work with the different types of Indian skin. There isn't just one colour. Indian skin can be dark, light, chocolate brown, or even very pale white. But when you choose global hiar colour shades, you should think about your face shape, features, and eyes.

Hair Color Shades Around the World for Indian Skin
The colour of the Indian's skin is very different. First of all, there are many different types of Indian skin. Brown skin with pigment is just as Indian as skin with a hint of pink. This makes it hard to find global hair colour shades that look good on Indian skin. But you have some beautiful options when it comes to global hair colours with highlights for Indian skin. Let us give you a few examples:

Caramel: 

Caramel is the most popular highlight colour for people with Indian skin. If you use it right, your locks will remind almost everyone of the last chocolate muffin they really liked. Caramel global hair colour gives your hair depth and a strong background, making it look fuller and more shiny.

Mahogany: 

The soft, woodsy colour of mahogany looks great all over the head on girls who like natural makeup with a touch of drama. Not all that different from the colour of Indian skin. It makes you look more powerful and royal. Mahogany is often overlooked because it looks like wood, but a strong woman should choose a strong wooden mahogany brown.

Cinnamon: 

A cinnamon hair colour brings out the warm tones the best. It looks like it was made to make olive and dark skin tones look even better on Indian people. Oh, it makes us think of a nice, sweet cinnamon bun. You can also add more brown to your colour to make it look more rough and daring.
But if you want a natural and muted lowlight colour, go easy on the brown here.

Honey:

 A hair colour with a golden honey undertone looks great on Indian skin tones. These colours give your hair a natural, silky, and thick look. This is it

does not qualify as blonde. Instead, this highlight or lowlight is gold in the truest sense of the word. Somehow, honey also makes us think of maple syrup. you can also trya maple-y look for your hair infused with gold.

Chestnut: 

Chestnut colours look great on people with brown eyes and dark Indian skin. A warm chestnut makes your face feel warmer without you having to do anything else. At first glance, chestnut hair might look too dark.

But it makes your brown hair look even better.

Highlights with Common Hair Color

Brown Highlights: 

One of the best brown highlights for Indian skin tones is chocolate brown global hair colour. It is very popular with Indians. Also, newer brown colours like ashy or golden brown make your makeover look better. All of these can also be put together to make a look that is both unique and great.
Light brown highlights, like caramelised effects, honey highlights, and so on, look great with a chocolate brown base colour. You can also go for woody, maple, and so on. With this colour, you can try a lot of different things. It's best to stay away from colours that are more than three shades lighter than your natural hair colour, though.

Burgundy Highlights: 

Unlike chocolate brown global hair colour, burgundy global hair colour works well with wheatish or darker undertones. It works if you want an edge to your look but don't know what to try. If your hair is black, burgundy highlights are a great way to add a bit of mystery.
When combined with a red or purple tone, these really stand out. However, do not mistake burgundy for voilet. Voilet is a colour that is made by mixing red and blue, while burgundy is a red colour that looks like brick, cherry, or wine. You could also go red, since we're talking about it.

Red Hair Highlights: 

Red is the colour for those who aren't afraid to stand out. Red is a great colour for Indian skin if it is used as a global hair colour with highlights. Red needs a person who is both brave and elegant. Coppery highlights look great on skin tones that are lighter, while blue-based reds add a sassy touch to skin tones that are darker. It's better to try out red hair with highlights for a short time before committing to them for good.

Balayage:

Balayage is the most popular way to add highlights to hair, but it's also very popular. In this style, the stylist gives hair that usually looks flat a lot of body. With balayage highlights, two or more shades are used to get the right amount of volume for hair that looks normal. It gives your hair a great touch.
The grey balayage shows a carefree and brave side and gives your hair a cool grey tone. But not many people are sure they can carry it. In this case, you should use the burgundy global hair colour, which will help you get that beachy, wavy look. After the highlights, you'll fall in love with yourself all over again.
Honey balayage looks great on medium-length hair, and it gives you the perfect casual look. People who choose different colours for highlights, on the other hand, make a different style statement with a mix of ash blonde balayage. It makes the perfect contrast between dark and light colours.
People who don't want to take chances should try hazelnut or copper balayage. It is also for people who are trying colours for the first time. It helps give your hair a smooth, subtle look.

Dip Dye:

Dip-dyed blonde highlights are great for people who want to make a bold and fierce statement with their hair. Also, it's great if you want more than one colour.

Babylights:

You can't go wrong with this one if you want something more simple and naked. True to its name, this one feels like a baby right away, taking off decades from your age. Many hair colours from around the world can be used here.

Lowlights:

Lowlights are an advanced way to change the colour of your hair. They involve a treatment in which darker shades are used than the original colour. It's a great touch, and clear depth, giving the hairstyle dimension and depth. Indian skin with a cooler undertone looks best with burgundy global hair colour. It also makes your hair look more interesting.

It is best to choose a shade that is at least three times darker than your natural hair colour. This also gives your hair a more mysterious look and feel, its look. Almost every hair colour in the world can be used on Indian skin with this method.

Ombre:

Under the ombre trend, darker highlights like chocolate brown global hair colour or burgundy global hair colour can be used to make the look, effect. Ombre starts strong at the roots and gets lighter as it moves toward the ends of the hair. Most of the time, the transition shades bring out the length of yur hair. There are blonde ombre highlights that look good on fair skin, and caramelised ombre highlights look good on all shades of Indian skin.