WHAT ARE BABYLIGHTS?: 3 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

This popular hair coloring trend can be achieved on any hair color and type.

blonde babylights hair

blonde babylights hair

blonde babylights hair

If you have thick, frizzy hair, deciding what kind of haircut to get can be an enormous challenge. It's not always easy to create cute hairstyles for frizzy hair on your own, so you want to make sure you're getting a cut that's both flattering and easy to style. It's also important to be able to tell your stylist exactly what you want — too often, miscommunication is the number one culprit when it comes to frizzy hairstyle flops.
 
So bookmark this page and pull it up the next time you head to the salon. It's got four stylish haircuts for thick, frizzy hair, as well the info you'll need to make sure it's done right.

 
How are Babylights Created?

 
Babylights are accomplished much the same way as traditional foil highlights. The difference is in the placement of the highlights and the amount of hair captured between each foil. Hair is sectioned very finely—just a few strands at a time—to achieve a naturally-lightened-by-the-sun effect.

Similar to balayage and highlighting, babylights are strategically placed to blend naturally with your base color. The super-fine highlights usually focus on your hairline, your natural part, and toward your ends for a subtle, born-this-way finish.

The trade-off? The process of creating babylights can be very time-consuming since they’re painted on a few strands at a time. And because time is money, that trip to the salon may hit your wallet a little harder than usual.

 
Who Can Rock This Color Trend?

 
How Do I Care for Babylights?

Loving your new radiant do? See even more beautiful John Frieda hair color ideas here.

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