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Air Touch hair technique
The time of primitive highlights and flat one-colored blond hair has passed. The beauty industry is developing rapidly every day. It excites the more and more experienced public with brand new techniques and services, which applies to both haircuts and coloring. The most relevant and sensational in the recent time has been the Air Touch hair technique.
What is the Air Touch?
With this technique, the hair strands are chosen using a specific scheme (currently there are multiple different ones available) and in a particular order.
But the most intriguing part is the usage of the ubiquitous tools. Every hair strand is blow dried in a manner that allows the short and thin hairs to fall out of the strand, and the hair stylist is coloring only the ones that stay.
When the hair is highlighted this way, there will be no sudden color change which happens while using the regular highlight or ombre technique.
How long does the Air Touch coloring last. How to maintain the result.
The most important advantage of using this coloring technique is it’s long-lasting. The result can be maintained for 6 months, and sometimes even up to a year.
It all depends on the client’s wishes and if the technique is used correctly. Nevertheless, if you wish to extend the cold color shade, you would have to resort to the hair toning service on a monthly basis.
The highlighted hair will be growing slowly and smoothly according to your genetic predisposition to the hair growth.
Who invented this technique?
Who’s the inventor of this technology that motivates many hair stylists to spend an incredible amount of money on learning it?
This technique has been tried and approved a long time ago in the United States by the Hollywood hair stylists, and then it reached the regular fashionistas. The real inventor of this technique is unknown, but at this point, it doesn’t matter anymore.
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