Sunday, October 9, 2011

Tint Back with Peek-A-Boo Highlights: Hair Tutorial Video



Watch my Hair Tutorial Video to see how I created this look..... 



I love Peek-A-Boo Highlights, they are so much fun and work for all age groups.  It's a great way to add a little something to your hair without going over the top.   

In this video I am doing a Tint Back from Blonde to Brown, while adding Peek-A Boo Highlights underneath.

The reason why these highlights are called Peek-A-Boo is because you do not add highlights to the top of your head, you are only adding highlights to the bottom sections.  So the top sections of the hair will lay over the highlights giving it that, "Now you see it now you don't effect."


Thanks for visiting! 
 XO Tammy

5 comments:

  1. I wanted to ask you is box dye bad for the hair? If they are what hair product would you recommend?

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    1. Hair color already prepared in a box is not necessarily "Bad." The only real problem is that it is not custom mixed for your hair. You might get lucky and pick the right one or it may be the wrong mix and could be a disaster:(

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  2. Hi, Tammy. The colour you used are sync 4G mixed with 3N.
    I do not understand why you do not use the 5N. I will come out darkbrown or medium brown colour too.

    Any specify reason?

    I would appreciate if you can reply my question.


    Iris Chua

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  3. Tammy, i have one more question. Since you wanted to do back to back foil. Why din't you take a biger section , i mean more hair for one foil then save the other foil.

    Iris Chua

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    1. Hi Iris, You do not want to take too large of sectioning while foiling. The larger the section, the more likely the chance that the color could leak out of the foil during processing time.

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