Ombre hair color that features darker, more natural hues at the roots with gradually-dyed lightning at the ends. The ombre hair color technique has certainly found it’s niche in this decade, winding it’s way into the locks of celebrities and average women alike. Few trends take on such a life of their own as this one has, spawning a multitude of color variations as if to convey that no woman would be left out. From extremes in contrast to the sophisticated subtle gradation of warm honey hues, ombre leaves the wearer with endless possibilities, or at least as far as the imagination can take it.
Extend the Richness of Hair Color
As we enter into the height of summer not only are the days growing longer, but so is our exposure to the sun’s rays which tends to leave color treated hair looking a bit lackluster. While I hardly recommend avoiding the enjoyment of the outdoors for the sake of vanity, the public image of many is a vital component of daily business and a professional appearance must be maintained. Fortunately there are a variety of solutions that come in the form of simple maintenance that can extend the richness of hair color between regular appointments.
Balayage High Lights
Balayage is a color technique that comes from France, and has been used throughout Europe for years to create natural looking highlights that grow out much less apparent than the foil method. The very word balayage in French, means “sweeping” which describes this manner of application. The powder lightener is applied with a tint brush using a freehand sweeping motion from the root area traveling down the hair shaft to the ends. This technique creates varying widths and staggers each panel resulting in hair that seems as though it has simply been lightened by the sun.
Sara Beth Cuadra