And if we dared the shaded hair? For several seasons now, this colorful gradient has seduced more than one stylish girl. More subtle than the tie and dye (two colors with a clear demarcation), less classic than a balayage (a lightening on the whole of the hair), this coloring is a perfect balance.
To have this beautiful melted result, the colorist applies little product at the mid-lengths and a lot of product at the tips. As in makeup, the important thing remains the blurring. The advantage of this hair trend?
It can be done on natural hair as well as bleached hair. Thus, a brunette can obtain a ombre hair with caramel lengths and blonde tips. But a discolored blonde can very well opt for a gradient going from (false) blonde to blue. It’s all a question of taste … and color. Here are the prettiest ombre hair spotted on Pinterest.
SHADOWED HAIR LIGHT CHESTNUT
HAIR MID LONG HAIR