Twilighting sees brunette balayage and babylights combine. Sometimes, they’re applied side by side, while other times the techniques are fused together for freehand, micro-fine highlights. The definitive way to work the trend is through a dark or medium brown base, giving the impression of soft, glowing light hitting strands as the sun disappears beyond the horizon.
These hair twilights can be soft and subtle or starker in contrast, depending on how bold your client wants their brighter ribbons to appear. The goal is to add a scattering of warm tones that make dark hair positively glow, while boosting radiance through the face-framing layers for the dreamiest dimension.
But, as we said before, this trend isn’t just for brunettes. Clients who crave red brown or bronde hair can try it too, adding pumpkin spice tones to a hazelnut base or caramel richness to a lighter brown. Twilighted hair reflects warmth in the most flattering way, giving dark-haired clients a way to embrace their own style of sun(set)-kissed lengths.