What to do when growing out highlights?

If this scares you, don’t worry – we’ve got a few options that may make the process a bit easier.

  1. Let It Grow. Let your hair grow for a while until your natural hair colour is back – this can take a few months altogether.
  2. Add Extensions. Another option is to add extensions.
  3. DIY Hair Dye.
  4. Growing Out Bleached Hair.

How do you gracefully grow out highlights?

If you have Highlights Really, all you need to do is slowly add lowlights and gradually let your highlights work themselves out of your hair. Each time you go for another round of lowlights, do less. This will allow more of your natural color to shine through.

Can you tone grown out highlights?

Hair dye cannot lift colored hair. Highlighting heavily, coloring it in a lighter shade, or changing the tone turns going back to natural into a bit more of a task, but it’s not typically complicated. The first step is to do nothing, just let your hair grow out for at least two to three months.

How long does it take for highlights to grow out completely?

In a year, the hair grows approximately 6 inches. The time it will take a person to grow out hair dye depends on several factors, however generally to grow your hair to a mid-long length of 18 inches, it would take around 3 years. To change the color of hair dye, it is not necessary to completely grow out the hair.

Do highlights grow out naturally?

You can grow out highlights with very little effort at all! Begin by letting your hair grow for a few months until much of your natural shade has returned. In a few months, your highlights will gradually grow out and you will be left with a much healthier mane in your natural hue.

Are chunky highlights coming back 2020?

While the words chunky highlights might make you cringe and bring back memories of Kelly Clarkson, Xtina, and ill-advised hair decisions of your youth, this time they’re back with a 2020 twist and look surprisingly chic.

Can you do highlights at home yourself?

Highlighting is not something a professional colorist, myself included, would ever advise you to do from home. It’s a multi-step process that requires a lot of detailed attention and a careful, watchful eye (and hand) every step of the way.

How can I tone down my blonde highlights at home?

Applying a toner and developer on your highlights will help take away the brightness while darkening the highlights a bit. If you don’t want to use a toner, try spraying a colored dry shampoo over your hair to even out the tone.