Balayage or Ombré: These techniques involve hand-painting highlights onto your hair, focusing on the mid-lengths and ends rather than the roots.

Root Smudge: A root smudge involves blending the roots with the rest of your hair color, creating a seamless gradient effect.

Shadow Root: Similar to a root smudge, a shadow root creates depth and dimension at the roots by applying a darker color that gradually fades into the rest of your hair.

Babylights: Babylights are delicate, finely woven highlights that mimic the natural variations in hair color.

Sombre (Soft Ombré): Sombre is a subtle version of ombré that features a more gradual transition between colors.

Tortoiseshell Hair Color: Inspired by the rich tones of a tortoiseshell, this multidimensional hair color incorporates shades of caramel, honey, and chocolate.

Natural-Looking Highlights: Opt for highlights that are just a shade or two lighter than your natural hair color.

Blended Gray Coverage: If you're covering grays, ask your stylist for a color formula that blends seamlessly with your natural hair color.