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Some of the more common two-tone examples are styles that have hair split down the center part with two colors or hair that is one color on the top and another color on the bottom. Unlike ombre hairstyles, this technique actually splits hair into two different sections and colors the hair a different color from root to tip. This style shows up best through hair that is layered.
Many people want a specific hair color but they don’t want to deal with the maintenance of keeping up with highlights, low-lights or block color. Two-tone color is an excellent option for those who want to switch things up but don’t have the time to keep up with color maintenance. For an easy two-tone style that doesn’t require much maintenance, make an even part from the top section and the bottom section of your hair. Leave the top color your natural shade and color the bottom section a different color. Make sure you keep the upper section pinned up and avoid getting the bottom color on it during the process. Keeping the upper layer your natural color will eliminate the need for coloring your roots.
This process will be easiest if you go to a salon but you can actually add two-tone color at home without much hassle. If you can get a friend to section off the top half and add color to the bottom section it will be easier and much more precise, but you can do it without any help. Make sure you use a rat-tooth comb to create an even part and use two mirrors to make sure that the sections are even. When you wash out the color keep the sections separated.
The great thing about two-tone colors is that there are so many different style options that you can try. You can wear platinum shades with jet black shades or you can even add extreme colors to dark or light colors. The color combinations are endless. If you have fair skin, platinum blondes or black shades may not be ideal for your skin tone as it can make you look washed out but bright colors will create an incredible contrast against your skin. Dark shades paired with caramel shades look great on darker skin tones and extreme blondes mixed with a darker color look beautiful against tan skin. If you are looking for a more natural two-tone style pick shades that have the same base color. For instance, if your hair is red or auburn, choose a strawberry blonde shade rather than an ash blonde to go together.