Would tweed hair have supplanted the tie and dye? This color is more and more popular. Explanations.
Will the era of tie and dye and shadows be over? For several years, the dark root demarcation and sharp spikes prevailed, but it is clear that the degraded colorations have less wind in their sails. To sublimate our hair and give it a boost, a return to the locks occurs. After those of the 90s that come back in 2019, here is the “tweed hair”. In contrast to the shaded hair, this technique of coloration favors light reflections distributed over the entire length of the hair. The color is always contrasted, but it appears as “woven” on the whole of the head. Hence its name, in reference to the famous English fabric. The tweed hair brings size and shade to our hair, while subtlety.
HOW DOES THE TWEED HAIR WORK?
Asked about it by the American “Glamor”, the colorist Rex Jamieson, who officiates in his living room in Chicago, explains that his clientele is more and more fond of this scanning technique. He explains for each shade of hair: “The roots are brightened in agreement with the blonde, while the luminous locks are less forced to accommodate the brunettes”. And to clarify: “With the tweed hair we proceed in small sections and we highlight the natural shades of the hair rather than totally camouflage them”. The tweed hair is ideal for hair in need of pep’s that need to be enhanced without ostentation. The points of light give an extremely worked and sophisticated rendering. The expert only sublimates our natural base by creating a slight contrast between our natural color and the light tones affixed. Due to the shades on the entire head, the tweed hair gives the illusion of a larger hair, perfect for those who need it.