If the difference between Tie and Dye and highlight may seem difficult to perceive, it is because the former isactually a derivative of the latter.
Indeed, the Tie and Dye is inspired by the highlight technique as far as discolouration is concerned, but the latter is applied to all lengths and tips. The aim of this discolouration is to give a visual gradation of color.
If you opt for a Tie and Dye, the effect will be much more noticeable than with the highlight because the The difference in color between your roots and the rest is very pronounced.
In fact, bleaching can be up to 7 shades lower than your natural color so if you want a new, discreet look, you'll opt for highlight.
There is a version of the Tie and Dye for people who are more attracted to a very colourful line: the dip and dye.
Whatever your preference, the technique should be done on medium-length hair, at the very least, in order to observe the shade.
Bring the right care for your highlight or Tie and Dye
Both of these techniques should be performed on well-nourished hair, as imposed bleaching quickly weakens the fiber hair.
It is therefore important that you maintain a skincare routine with weekly repairing masks and regular trimming of your tips to restore a sense of volume.
Biocoiff' Paris recommendations
If the objective is not to obtain a color that is too different from your natural shade, we recommend that you opt for the highlight technique: more discreet, more natural, less artificial.