p colors- piano colors (side by side)
Chunky, side-by-side streaks of contrasting color.
f colors- frosted colors
This is one of the most popular color mixes. Frost colors have sprinkles of colors throughout the piece. Frosted highlight colors spice up the color without changing the overall color of the hair. Adding even small amounts of highlight color will liven up the color without changing the overall color of the piece.
GF is a new combination of low-lights, highlights, and multiple colors.
Three shades of colors from front to back gives even more depth and volume providing you with a personalized look.
Solid color strands of hair are placed throughout by varying color, thickness and length to give you a natural blended look.
tt colors- top and bottom
This is a definite contrast color with the prominent solid base color at the roots gradually fading into the solid highlight color to the ends. This blend give the appearance of a hair color that has grown out.
tp colors- tipped colors
These are mixed color blends with solid color on the ends. The mixed color would be the same as a full mix that gradually fades into a solid highlight color at the ends. The overall color of a tipped colored hairpiece is considerably lighter than frosted colors. Expects lots of the highlight color with this blend.
tpt colors- triple colors blend
This is new three color blend which consists of three colors in horizontal or vertical layers of colors.
other mixed colors
The word is a french word for shading or graduating. Dark hair at the scalp and lighter on the ends. Usually the color blends from dark to light.
om colors- ombre colors
op colors- ombre piano colors
ot colors- ombre two tone colors
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