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How to add Lowlights in a Hair Topper

How to add Lowlights in a Hair Topper

One of the most often asked questions I get is how can I add highlights to my hair topper. And I always say that you should avoid using bleach at all costs on your human hair pieces because that can damage and dry out your piece. 

There is a however a way to still have highlights but not bleach your hair topper. What you need to do is choose the hair topper in a lighter shade preferably the shade that you want your highlights to be in, or a hair topper that already has highlights like our latte shade. 

When doing the lowlights in your pieces it's important to be patient, take your time and use foil. 

Section your hair in few different sections, and one by one take each section and small chunks of hair and keep coloring. 

In my case I chose Light Ash Brown shade because my natural color is more ashy looking I wanted to add ash tone to the topper to make it look more natural and to blend with my color. 

Watch the video to see in the detail steps on how I achieved this look how to add lowlights in a hair topper


I am working with a supplier on creating the highlighted shades that look more natural and less chunky as more subtle highlights are more trendy at the moment. I will keep you posted on that. 

Let me know if you have any questions regarding this process or if you have any questions about hair toppers in general. I'd love to hear from you. 

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