– Titanium hair color is trendy for those with cool skin undertones.
– Book an initial consultation before dyeing your hair titanium.
Rootflage Mineral Powder
– Rootflage is a temporary root touch-up powder.
– It blends, softens, tones, and camouflages brassy roots.
– Suitable for any bleaching level and safe to use.
– Dyeing your hair titanium requires bleaching, which can be damaging.
– To minimize damage, use a toner before dyeing.
– Toners are less drying than bleaches.
– Start with light blonde or platinum as a base color.
– Avoid applying toner directly at the roots.
– Titanium hair pairs beautifully with pink or blue highlights.
– Long box braids in titanium shade create an eye-catching appearance.
– Ash toner gives a classic gray shade without damaging the hair.
– Neutralizes brassy hues and creates silvery gray highlights.
– Recommended brands: Redken Shades EQ, Matrix SoColor Sync, Ugly Duckling’s Blondify liquid gloss.
– Soften the impact of titanium hair with subtle highlights.
– Ice blonde and platinum-silver baby lights give a silvery finish.
– Highlights and lowlights are dyed streaks contrasting with the base color.
– Touch-ups are needed every four weeks.
– Use color-safe shampoo and conditioner like Redken’s Color Extend Magnetics.
– Titanium highlights add brightness to all hair colors, incredibly dark.
– Blend with natural brown strands for an eye-catching effect.
– Balayage lightens natural hair without bleaching completely.
– Multiple appointments may be required.
– Use a toner to achieve a more subdued result.
– Titanium hair with a purple tint looks stunning.
– Pair with blue or violet undertones for an ultra-glam look.
– Consider the health of your hair before dyeing it titanium.
– Consult a stylist to determine if the titanium color suits you.