Whether ombré, balayage, or twilight - when it comes to new hair color trends, we're not far. This is no different with the hairstyle trend 2022! Tweed Hair is all the rage right now and we're totally in love too!
However, if you now think of your grandfather's old shirt, you are a bit on the wrong track. Because the new hair coloring technique Tweed Hair is not about shirts, blazers, and jackets. There is much more behind it than a special highlighting technique that may even push the popular coloring technique balayage off the hair color throne! How exactly it works and who it suits best, we'll tell you here!
Time to reveal the secret: Behind the Tweed Hair dyeing technique are (as usual) soft highlights that, like the well-known and much-loved predecessor Balayage, are applied quite naturally and subtly about a hand's width away from the hairline. The only difference: the highlights are worked into the hair in a much finer, softer, and more natural way than usual. The colors chosen are, above all, earthy and have very natural nuances. The bright highlights, therefore, look as if they were "sewn-in" - hence the term tweed, which is used in the textile industry for a specific type of weave.
Like the woven fabric, the hair color also looks very elegant and timeless. A stark contrast is also avoided. Rather, the highlights should blend perfectly with the base or natural hair color. This makes tweed hair absolutely perfect for all brunettes.
brunettes of course! Because with them, the lighter highlights with their different nuances come into their own a little better. But as with every hairstyle trend, the special dyeing technique can achieve a great result for every woman and make every hair color look more lively. The hair length or its structure does not play a decisive role. The best thing to do is get advice from your trusted hairdresser and choose the best nuances for your perfect tweed hair with him.
The right care after coloring is always the be-all and end-all. Hair masks and nourishing glossings are essential to let the strands shine radiantly for a long time. At the end of the styling, hair oil or a shine spray gives that special something.