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How To Get Perfect Babylights Hair

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Babylights hair is the latest trend in bright hair, with subtle hair color that makes it suitable for all hair colors. You've come to the right place! I'll start you off with a detailed description of what this hair color is and a detailed tutorial on how to achieve babylights hair, so don't miss it!

Babylights hair

Ⅰ. What are babylights?

Babylights hair has very elegant and sophisticated platinum highlights that are colored using a very subtle and delicate color technique that takes into account the principles of color application in the hair color wheel to create a blonde hue when the hair is naturally lightened by the sun. What makes babylights so appealing to try is that it is very natural, giving you a fresh look while still making your hair look as healthy and sweet as possible. In addition, babylights hair has the ability to be adapted to any hair color and length, so if you want to change your hair color but don't want to be too aggressive, try subtle babylights, they are a great way to introduce hair color.

Ⅱ.How to achieve babylights?

We introduced what babylights hair is and we'll follow along to see how to achieve babylights.

1. Part your hair

babylightsThe main thing that sets babylights hair apart from other highlights is that it is very subtle and even imperceptible, so this requires us to do every step of the coloring process very carefully. Then start with the hair closest to the hairline at the nape of your neck, part out a small section of hair and then part out two more sections of hair with a comb pressed firmly against your scalp.

2. Apply a whitening agent to your hair

Afterward, take out a piece of tin foil, lift your hair up and hold the foil close to the roots of your hair and then brush on the bleach, finally you can fold your tin foil up so that you can easily move or adjust your foil.


To achieve a symmetrical effect, we have just selected three sections of hair on the right side and you need to do the same on the left side.


After the left and right sides are done we need to start with the middle hair and do the above, again taking a small section of hair and brushing it with bleach and wrapping it in tin foil.


The back part of the hair needs about 20 pieces of tin foil to make babylights hair, while the sides of the hair, take the same method of operation, we can also stick to the hairline part in order to achieve a more novel effect.

3. Glaze treatment

Glaze treatment

After letting it sit for 15-30 minutes you will then need to mix your glaze in a small bowl and brush it on evenly from the roots, then let it sit for 10-15 minutes, then wash and blow dry your hair and you will have a perfect babylights hair.

Glaze treatment

After that, you will achieve beautiful babylights hair!

3. What you need to pay attention to during the process of achieving babylights hair

Babylights hair
It is important to note that the tin foil wrapped around the hair is folded twice from top to bottom, and then folded twice from left to right with a comb, so that the folded tin foil is easy to move and take off. Another point to note is that when you use a whitening agent, you'd better add some new whitening agent after 30 minutes or so to keep it fresh and to give your hair the best color!

What is Babylights?

Babylights are very delicate, white-blonde highlights created using a very fine colour technique to mimic that blonde hue achieved if your hair is naturally lightened in the sun.

What are highlights vs Babylights?

Babylights are more delicate than highlights. The main difference between the two is that during babylights, your Stylist will highlight more sections of your hair. The sections are finer than normal highlights which creates a more natural blend of colours.

What are Babylights vs Balayage?

"Babylights and balayage are both highlights," explains Ess. "They're just two different techniques of highlighting. Babylights use foils, whereas balayage is painted on and processed in open air or under plastic."

  •  Yohana SirenaYLS
    Yohana SirenaYLS
    Where to buy Monique head to practice hair hilites
  • T. S
    T. S
    Thank you
  • Lischen Taylor
    Lischen Taylor
    Can I use two colors with this technique, btw I love your work! I learn alot from your blogs❤
  • JPajara Vlog Ofw
    JPajara Vlog Ofw
    Perfect..doing this method tomorrow morning!!
  • Cristina OP
    Cristina OP
    On the back, are you doing a slice on the section where you do the one in the middle on your brick layering method?
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