I had no idea there was such thing as Color Blocking your hair.
If you did, it was news to me.
Well, of course I did some digging. It's what I do.
Color blocking is a design element that feature simple and often geometric (I hate math)
shapes of color in combination with more neutral colors and patterns.
You would usually see these kinds of patterns in a museum where the modern art is displayed.
Such as paintings from the Dutch artist, Piet Mondrian.
While the concept of color blocking in the creation of a style can be useful
in coping with any number of unflattering traits.
But, we are talking about hair, not fashion...
that's later in the week!
There are a number of ways in which "color blocking" works the hair.
Chunky highlighting or low-lighting would classify as color blocking,
although most of the traditional color blocking looks don't have multiple areas of the same color.
Here are a few different ways to get Color Blocking Hair:
The upper portion of the hair is colored so that it creates a veil for the natural
or second color of the hair beneath it.
Similar to Pee-A-Boo, movement will reveal the base color,
and with different styles it will take on a two-tone color scheme.
See you next time,