Colour Matching Hair Extensions
Multi-tonal colour hair extensions refer to extensions that have multiple shades of colour blended together to create a natural, subtle gradient. This technique is often used to create a more natural and seamless look compared to extensions with a solid, block colour.
This type of system uses a combination of different shades to create a personalised and natural-looking colour result.
The goal of the Multi-Tonal Adapt Colour System is to provide a more precise and accurate colour match, as hair colour can vary greatly even within the same shade. The system takes into account multiple tones and undertones in a customer's hair, allowing for a multi-tonal, natural-looking colour match. By using this system, customers can more easily find hair extensions that blend seamlessly with their natural hair colour, resulting in a more natural-looking overall appearance.
Selecting a range of shades close to your natural hair colour is essential for finding the best match and achieving a seamless blend with your hair extensions. When you choose a variety of shades, it allows you to consider different effects and colour combinations that can enhance your hairstyle. Here's a more detailed explanation:
Shades lighter than your natural colour: Choosing a few shades lighter than your natural hair colour can create a highlighted effect. By incorporating these lighter extensions, you can add depth, dimension, and brightness to your hair. This technique can also make your hair appear thicker and fuller, as the colour variation adds visual interest.
Shades darker than your natural colour: Opting for shades darker than your natural hair colour can create lowlights, which can add depth and dimension to your hair. Lowlights help to create contrast between the lighter and darker strands, providing a more natural, multi-tonal appearance. This effect can be particularly flattering for individuals with fine or thin hair, as the added depth can create the illusion of volume.
Ombre effect: An ombre effect is created when hair transitions gradually from a darker shade at the roots to a lighter shade at the ends. Choosing a shade lighter than your natural colour for the hair extensions can help you achieve this popular style. By blending the extensions with your natural hair, you can create a smooth, gradual transition from dark to light, giving your hair a trendy and modern appearance.
Match to your ends, not your roots,
Combine 2-3 colours for a natural blend.
PA Hair Extensions are multi-tonal and will blend well within 2-3 shades of your own hair.
When selecting a range of shades, consider the overall look you wish to achieve and how these shades will complement your natural hair colour. Experimenting with different shades and effects can help you discover the best combination for your desired style. If you are uncertain about choosing the right shades, it's always a good idea to consult with a professional hairstylist who can offer personalised advice and guidance.
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