Face framing is one of the most popular hair color trends in 2021. What's behind it? Here comes the answer!
We love new hair color trends! Especially when you let our natural hair color shine with minimal changes. Our newest crush? The face-framing!
With face-framing, as the name suggests, the foremost strands are colored lighter. They frame the face and make it shine. The technique is pretty simple: When coloring the hair, the hairstylist first adds the mixture to the pony strands and then works on the rest of the hair. This way the front strands can lighten the longest. They are then a little lighter than the rest of your hair and that is exactly what is wanted!
The face-framing technique can be wonderfully combined with other hair color trends such as the balayage or the tweed technique. But ombré, palm painting, and lowlights also go well with it! The natural look is very important here. The clearly visible highlights are intended, but they should harmonize well with your natural hair color and look very natural overall. No wonder the highlight technique is so popular. Incidentally, face-framing works best with a center parting. The light strands frame your face symmetrically.
Model Romee Strijd is already a big fan of the technology - the face-framing on her is so well done that it is hardly noticeable and still makes her shine. Great right? Actress Miranda Kerr also uses the popular technique to look fresher. Face framing is also a big trend on Instagram! Here you can also take a look at the most diverse variants. Depending on how pronounced you want your face-framing to be, you can choose the highlights lighter or darker. In the end, the contrast with your natural hair is crucial for the look. Would you like a few examples? But gladly!