Directional Highlighting

This progressive method of highlighting gives full coverage. It is best for long to mid-length layered shapes. The foil placement  works with highlights and/or Balayage. The gentle shift of direction helps create a seamless movement of colour and emphasize pops of brightness as well as depth to bring out the desired focal points of the colour. […]

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Directional Highlighting Includes:

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1 Hour, 47 Minutes of Video
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Directional Highlighting

This progressive method of highlighting gives full coverage. It is best for long to mid-length layered shapes. The foil placement  works with highlights and/or Balayage. The gentle shift of direction helps create a seamless movement of colour and emphasize pops of brightness as well as depth to bring out the desired focal points of the colour.
You will learn:
  • How to tailor the technique to compliment various layered shapes
  • How to balance brightness and depth to enhance dimension in the hair
  • How to achieve brightness around the face
  • Different weaving styles and when to use them
  • Deeper understanding on utilization of “Back coming”
  • When to use Foil/Meche Strips/ Balayage Film

Instructor

Shraddha Mamtora


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Shraddha Mamtora is an international hairdresser with over 12 years of experience in education. She started her career with L’Oréal Professionnel, India. After moving to California, she joined the TONI&GUY Family, and is currently Academy Director at their Los Angeles location. Shraddha has a unique approach to her cut, color and styling techniques and is focused on bringing natural texture to life. She won the TONI&GUY Photographic Award in the Pro Editorial Category in 2018 and endeavors to share her knowledge and experience with aspiring hairdressers. “Never stop learning,” she says. “The day you believe you know everything is the day you will stop growing.”