One of the best ways to instantly switch up your look is by getting your hair coloured. If you’re not the one to go all out and experiment with pastel hair colours or any other quirky colours out there, you can always play it safe by going for other, low-maintenance hair colour options as well.
And lucky for you, there’s a new hair colour technique in town — teasylights. Wanna learn all about this game-changing hair colouring technique? Scroll down for a complete lowdown.
What are Teasylights?
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Teasylights are a hybrid of highlights and balayage. The effect is achieved by gently teasing your hair before layering on a lightener. The process starts with sectioning your tresses and softly backcombing them. This is followed by applying colour to softly blend with your base colour and secured with foils to diffuse it further. The practice of teasing the roots gives a more diffused and seamless application.
Why are Teasylights so cool right now?
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The main reason why teasylights are so in trend RN is because they don’t require frequent touch-ups. This is perfect because salons are not really accessible most of the times during the pandemic. Bright hues also give your main a sun-kissed and soft look that is so easy to grow out through the summer. With minimal use of a lightener, this is a great hair colouring option for those with dark hair who do not want to get constant touch-ups to keep the colour looking great.
How to maintain Teasylights?
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If we have convinced you to give this trendy technique a try, you also need to learn how to keep it looking fabulous. Since teasylights are lighter and brighter, you will need to add a conditioning gloss to your hairstyling routine. If you have curly hair, make sure you apply it evenly all over your tresses. You can even use a glossy formula like the TIGI Bed Head Masterpiece Massive Shine Hairspray to really make the teasylights pop. Also, Since there is barely any processing required to get this hair colour, you can keep the rest of your hair care routine focused on maintaining the health of your hair.
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