Highlights do not just mean two opposite end colors. Sometimes with your jet black hair, it can be as strong as a rich plum hue.

Dark Merlot Wine Highlights

For a strong lady, a glass of true prune wine hair goes a long way!

Purple Burgundy Hair

You love a day of berry grapes! Careful painting made this deep purple color mix perfect for each series. Highlights


Deep Dark Burgundy



Ripe pruning in itself can be an exciting color. For both colors, champagne yellow adds a distinction.

For anyone with a medium to olive complexion, this color would be great, and the color can be slightly tweaked to enhance your features and brush you up during the summer. I called it raspberry truffle

Dark Brown to Dark Burgundy Ombre


A with model Hanna Leighty Hairstylist This look is very different. The cut is an undercut with a detached portion on the sides and back that can be built in many different ways. Since she has curly hair, I made the cut without much tension, which means that the curls lay more evenly. I chose the line from DevaCurl to style her hair. First I explained her hair with a built-up buster to make sure there was no barrier to keep moisture from reaching the body. I used the original line from DevaCurl to shampoo and condition the hair. Then I used DevaCurl Styling Cream and Light Defining Gel. To hydrate and improve her natural curls, I used the styling cream and the light that determines gel to suck in the moisture as her hair dried. For curly hair, the most important thing is hydration. The best thing about this style is the versatility I mentioned earlier and the simplicity of the method of styling. She could wear her hair on either side or for an edgier look she could push it back. Using the DevaCurl line to curl all she has to do is apply the items to wet hair and let it dry air. To someone looking to a low maintenance style, this is great. Even because curly hair is more fragile, it’s nice that no heat styling is needed in this style and all the products I used to contribute to her hair’s health. Keep in mind the shape of the hair and eyes. For someone with a neutral or hot skin tone, I would prefer the hue. I think the shape of this cut is best suited to someone with a round oval square or heart-shaped face in my professional opinion. I’m saying this because of the head angle. That being said, anything similar may work for other face shapes with adjustment to the front of the haircut. This style is great for someone who is looking for a color and style of low maintenance. It’s perfect for someone with a busy lifestyle or someone who just doesn’t want to spend a lot of time styling their hair.

Dark Plum


A with Alma Castro Stylist design designer
Dark Burgundy Black Base Highlights


A with fashion designer Kara Mizu Hair Apprentice This look is a subtle burgundy scanning with cascading red violet ribbon pops. My favorite part of this look is seeing her soft long layers float together and her dynamic reds stream into an allled wave. For anyone looking for a fun change, this is a great look. To be more traditional or lighter for extra show, the colors used can be made darker. Because colors fade and become dull over time (especially with shades of fashion) during the consultation I would let the customer know that a look like this needs a completely new hair care regime. Maintaining this look requires both home care and daily salon toning. If the customer does not currently use a salon grade safe shampoo and conditioner, he or she will need to buy those in a few washings to avoid undoing work hours. I would also recommend that you restrict washing once every two days by changing to a dark colored towel and pillowcase using cooler water when washing and drying hair with a blow dryer immediately (the longer the hair stays damp, the more color will be extracted from the hair and dripped into your clothes / pillowcase). Using a red color shampoo or conditioner once or twice a week after two weeks of wearing will help keep the color vibrant.


A with fashion maker Laura Schaeffer Blonde / Color Specialist My client asked me for a look that said Italian designer. My inspiration for her haircut came from the iconic Vidal Sassoon cuts as well as from the new micro-bobs. My favorite thing about this style is the plum color I was able to achieve with the oil-based and ammonia-free line Inoa from L’Oreal. This look suits someone with a lifestyle of edgy or high fashion. Naturally straight and a little light, it’s best on hair. The cut and color must be preserved every 3 to 4 weeks, and shampoo of salon value is necessary to avoid fading. Image Copyright Policy Latest-Hairstyles.com © 2019 All Trends Colors


There’s a special kind of sexy bed hair on a proper boy. Just that is accomplished by a disheveled shape on a Princeton cut. A bit messy is working for a haircut from the Ivy League but don’t overdo it.

Side-Swept Ivy

This Ivy League haircut offers more clarity to the side comb-over creating texture and shape of the cutting part.

Tapered Ivy League Cut

Create a side section and slowly shave the sides and nape regions. For full hold and shine, add styling products.

Ivy Crew Cut

Skin Fade


Short back and side go well with a bread and butter top. An edgier Ivy League haircut is created by a skin fade. Comb Over


Stylist Janika left a lot of styling for the wearer and just enough to enjoy us. A crew cousin cut you get more flexibility with a bit of the fluff on top in this fashion.


There’s a special kind of sexy bed hair on a proper boy. Just that is accomplished by a disheveled shape on a Princeton cut. A bit messy is working for a haircut from the Ivy League but don’t overdo it.

Side-Swept Ivy

This Ivy League haircut offers more clarity to the side comb-over creating texture and shape of the cutting part.

Tapered Ivy League Cut

Create a side section and slowly shave the sides and nape regions. For full hold and shine, add styling products.

Ivy Crew Cut

Skin Fade


Short back and side go well with a bread and butter top. An edgier Ivy League haircut is created by a skin fade. Comb Over


Stylist Janika left a lot of styling for the wearer and just enough to enjoy us. A crew cousin cut you get more flexibility with a bit of the fluff on top in this fashion.

Military Cut

Fashionably dapper is the most strict of the cuts! Buzzed sides means less upkeep and a short roof.

The Modern Ivy League Haircut

The Ivy League Haircut Fade


Tapering the sides emphasizes the top styling. And handling it’s better! The

Short Ivy

Less fluff on top means more fun around! Brandish an on – the-go look that at any moment any gentleman may wear.


Day party-goer professional at night. Get this haircut from the Ivy League with a clean side shave and top gelled.

For hairline replacementThis Ivy League haircut is perfect for people who want to look professional and put together but don’t want to put in the work of styling. I prefer something matt and textured for the material like ‘ Mess Up ‘ from Schwarzkopf, which is what I used in this style. This style often looks nice with clipped sides rather than a high fade for men who may think that a fade is too harsh for their working environment.

Side Parted Hair


This haircut from the Ivy League is like a regular and official case. I like the styling and the shape. Dress it for straight or curly hair, matt or slightly shiny. For this look, the best type of face is oval or elongated. It’s great for young entrepreneurs or graduates. You can go to a party and work with this installation.


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