Read this before your next salon trip.

By Melanie Rud Chadwick
May 07, 2018

While single-process hair color most definitely has its place, incorporating highlights and lowlights into your natural shade tends to make for a much more dimensional (aka natural) end result. And for the most flattering finish, you want to make sure those tones not only complement your existing color, but each other, too. So we asked a pro colorist to weigh in on the best highlights and lowlights for your hair color. Consider the below a cheat sheet to achieving your most gorgeous hair color, ever.

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