I did two drawings, the first is to show you a basic foil pattern that a lot of people follow. This pattern is what creates highlights like this...
Ok this is an extreme example, but I just used this picture to illustrate the point.
A telltale Characteristic of this pattern is that you can see where the line crosses the part in the hair.
The lines represent the direction of the foil placement.
See how bad the drawings are? But you still get the idea.
The next drawing shows the most natural way to place the foils. It creates highlights more like this...
Where there are no definite lines in the hair.
In this pattern the foils should fall in the direction that the hair falls on the head. The top section is the most important. The foils in this section should lay perpendicular to the front and back sections and lay across the top of the head like a book.
On Friday night JP and I had a date night. We went to the best steak house in town, just the two of us and then came home and watched a couple of South Park episodes (one of the only English shows we can watch online). It was a great night.
Blazer: Banana Republic
Ruffle tank top: F21
Shoes: Steve Madden
I did a look I don't normally do. I know this is shocking, I used a black eye liner. LOL
I hope you had a great weekend!