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    Hair High Lights New Fall Trend

    Attractive Woman with Peek a Boo Hair High Lights Hair Color

    New hair high lights technique is the new hot hair color idea this fall

    Watch for ‘peek-a-boo’ hair high lights to be the hot hair color trend this fall. The ingenuity of professional hairdressers never ceases to amaze me. Someone is always at the drawing board creating the next new dimension of beauty with hair color ideas and design. Hair color is open to so many interpretations; there will never be an end to its refinement and evolution . . . lucky for the millions of us who love to color our hair!

    John Benedetto, director of education at Gkhair has developed a new way of high lighting panels of hair so high lights appear to “peek out” from underneath. This skillful process not only looks pretty, but will add more longevity to your hair color treatments, yippee! He has created a technique of weaving hair color into specific panels or sections of hair so there is no regrowth line at the scalp.  Benedetto says, “Its hidden hair color that shines through from the middle.”

    The placement of high lights or color within specific panels or sections of hair, create this unique hair coloring. The hair is divided into three circular panels and sub-panels the placement of hair color is very specific from there.  John shares his step-by-step instructions for professionals in the August 2011 edition of American Salon magazine.

    A new fall hair color is always refreshing to do after summers ravages on our locks. This peek a boo new hair high light comes right in time for a new look and it sounds like a winner to me!  Gkhair has also has introduced a new oil based, ammonia free color with naturally derived ingredients. This ammonia free hair color trend is really starting to take root . . . Yeah!!

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