Shadow Roots: Latest Hair Color Trends

What Are Shadow Roots?

Today we are going to tell you everything you need to know about shadow roots. Shadow roots can give your wigs or hairextensions a natural look giving you a realistic feeling of getting your hair colored at your salon. Our Brazilian blonde  hair is the best way to achieve this fashionable look. See our offerings here. 

What are shadow roots?

Shadow Roots are basically a hair coloring technique in which you have darker roots at the top of your hair and transitions into a different, generally lighter shade towards the ends. This provides an illusion of your roots casting a shadow on the rest of your hair.

Whenever you go for a big hair change make sure you understand what exactly you are getting into and what will be the final result of the same. This includes what goes into obtaining the style you’re going for (i.e. bleaching, dying, cutting), its popularity, the products needed to maintain the style, etc.

This is why it is important to understand anything and everything about shadow roots!


How Do You Get Shadow Roots?

Shadow roots are the points at which the shade of your underlying roots creates a shadow on the rest of your lighter color locks. This look is accomplished by extending color normally from under your underlying roots to the tips of your hair. This makes a shadow-like impact. This gives a characteristic look that can be gotten with any shading from dim dark colored to light darker, from a darker blonde to a lighter fair.


How To Pick The Correct Shadow Roots?

Consider your natural root color and the shades that it would pair well with. For example, dark brown fades well into dirty blond hair. This is because the two together provide a natural-looking tone that embraces both the darkness of one’s natural roots while brightening up the look with a lighter body and ends.

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