How do I get a touch of sun-streaked hair color for summer?

 

Well, if you're not headed to the tropics anytime soon, but want a little dose of sunlight in your hair, you can consider natural remedies, but we recommend going to a professional. (Drying your hair in the sun after spritzing on a hint of lemon juice and water will give you natural-looking highlights, but later may contribute to a washed-out look and split ends). No one wants hair that feels like straw in summertime. Getting subtle professional highlights to frame your face and mimic the natural effect of the sun is another idea—be sure to tell your hair stylist exactly what you're looking for, whether you want a natural effect, or a more daring hit of color. Bring in pictures to get the idea across.

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How do I get a touch of sun-streaked hair color for summer?

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