If the hair in the front is lighter in color than the rest of the mane, you can get trendy money-piece hair highlights. This Money piece hair highlights technique will improve your complexion and accentuate your facial features.
Hair trends change with the seasons, but the need for natural and low-maintenance hair color is eternal.
There’s a solution if you’re craving seasonal updates but don’t want to commit to a full-body color or a monthly visit to your salon. A new method of coloring, dubbed “money nuggets” by hairdressers, offers clients a whole new look without all the fuss.
So, what the heck is it? The coin is a bright frame around the front hairline, personalized backlash, or lightning bolt.
Brown urged women to trust the opinions of experts and set realistic expectations. “If you submit a photo and they tell you it doesn’t look the same, take someone else’s suggestion,” she said.
Once you get the look you desire, remember that maintenance is essential. Repaint every 6-8 weeks. Use a color-safe or tone-specific shampoo to keep the tone fresh and vibrant.
Brown recommends Aveda’s Color Protection. She used Eleven Australia’s Keep My Colour Treatment Blonde to keep her blonde hair cool and neutral and Fanola’s No Orange Toning Shampoo to combat the brassy tones of brunette hair.
Get ready for your next hair salon trip. Grab ideas from our pics of popular coin hair colors and styles!