If you thought the scan has been, it was without counting on the babylights!
If you miss the color that your hair naturally takes on during your long exposure to the sun during the summer, babylights should speak to you. This color is a derivative of balayage but the result is more natural with the added bonus of having taken a vitamin D bath. We tell you all about this color that will be all the rage in the coming seasons.
A few clarifications? Maybe not above our heads but on our skulls yes! In any case, it is the effect that gives the coloring that is already cracking the stars. With its Californian side, this well-worked color gives the appearance of having gone on vacation. What we like about this new trend is the return of the famous blonde locks and it's back like in 2000!
Born from sweeping, this version is more classic and more natural than its predecessor, babylights consists of coloring fine strands of hair. The famous hairdresser John Clark explained to the British version of Vogue magazine that the desired effect of this coloring is to have a hair color "raised by the sun, like the hair of children after playing all summer under the sun ". The purpose of this coloring is to capture the light and give a volume effect that the hair does not have naturally.