Golden highlights look amazing on most African American skin tones. The color brings out the warm undertones in the skin and compliments natural pigment in hair colors. Whether you want to change your hair color for the spring and summer season or you’re just ready for a change, golden highlights can be a beautiful option for black women.
Top Layer Highlights
You don’t have to spend a lot of money on highlights and maintenance just to have golden highlights. Tyra Banks golden highlights are thick and choppy and kept to the top layers of her hair. This look is more affordable and really brightens up a dark hue.
Total Golden Highlights
If you are looking for a complete change then opt for all over golden highlights. It’s important that you choose highlights rather than an all-over covers because dark hair is harder to dye blonde and it needs the transition through highlights. Furthermore, your natural brown hair color will break up the blonde making it look more natural and flattering.
Highlights into Ombre
The ombre trend has a tight grip on the hair world and it’s not hard to understand why. Golden highlights into ombre can really compliment black women’s natural hair color and skin tones. It’s always easy to maintain but beware of the damage it can have on your tresses.
Face Framing Highlights
A simple way to add some golden highlights into your hair color is to simply highlight around the front of your hair around the face. This will brighten up your face for a glowing look, perfect for those summer months.