Balayage is a technique your stylist will use to lighten your hair without using foils, providing a less damaging way of lightening blonde or brown locks without frequent touch-ups. Touchups should occur every six weeks for best results.
This balayage layered hair features caramel and honey brown tones on top, with more muted blonde hues framing her face-framing strands for an authentic and romantic appearance.
Sombre to Honey Brown
Sombre is a new trend that offers a more subtle version of Ombre hair color gradients, perfect for creating natural-looking sun-kissed effects on long locks. This look looks especially lovely with long locks.
Dark brunettes looking for the perfect caramel brown somber can benefit from this warm shade’s gradual lightening process; warmer shades lift lighter first to help prevent as much damage to their hair. By adding silver highlights for added drama that complements olive skin beautifully. Sombre to Dark Brown
Explore your cosmic side with this astounding galaxy balayage shade. This boho-chic shade will bring out your bohemian side when worn with a pixie cut!
This sand and espresso brown balayage works beautifully on straight hair and curly locks. Its warm tones will leave your strands looking healthy and bright, which means less time spent maintaining them.
Subtle flamboyance can transform black hair, adding an update without being overly dramatic. Touch-ups should occur every 6-8 weeks. Sombre to Dark Blonde
Brown hair looks gorgeous when styled with a somber balayage. Add subtle touches of gold or platinum into the mix for an ultra-chic effect.
Sombre is a more subdued version of ombre, producing a soft transition from darker roots to lighter ends for an authentic natural look. It is ideal for those wanting to avoid stark contrast between their hearts and ends. Furthermore, it causes less damage to your locks! Sombre to Light Blonde
Balayage and ombre are two popular haircolor techniques. Both techniques lighten hair, with the former offering more subtle results that blend more naturally than its counterpart.
This somber technique works best on dark brown hair with caramel blonde highlights for an eye-catching hue that complements cool skin tones.
This sad effect can be even more striking with a darker pink shade – perfect for those who want something bolder with their hair! Fade to Brown
Brown balayage creates breathtaking sun-kissed strands that blend beautifully into its dark base, complementing olive skin complexions beautifully and looking fantastic on either curly or wavy hairstyles.
For an effortlessly natural look, try this brown-to-auburn balayage. Perfect for brunettes who wish to lighten their color without bleaching! Add a stunning glow to your strands with buttery caramel balayage! This look can easily be maintained through regular touch-ups. This look works wonders on long layered bob cuts or pixie haircuts! Fade to Dark Brown
Dark brown Balayage with lighter tones blending in at the roots is elegant and captivating. It works best on medium-length hair and looks especially lovely with wavy locks.
Your colorist will map out a plan before beginning their Balayage application, including choosing an ideal starting point that may or may not match up with your natural root color.
For a gentler balayage effect, combine light wheat and pastel blonde shades on brunette hair for an eye-catching effect that complements most warm skin tones. This color combination looks lovely! Fade to Light Blonde
The balayage hair-color trend has long been popular and has recently seen an upsurge thanks to stars such as Emma Stone and Jennifer Lawrence. This method is beautiful and natural-looking; it works on any length of hair!
Add caramel and red hues to your dark locks for a soft yet subtle balayage, perfect for those wanting a lightning treatment without making dramatic changes. It looks incredibly stunning with wavy bob hairstyles! Fade to Dark Blonde Ombre
A balayage that fades to a dark blonde hue looks equally stunning on curly or wavy locks as on straight ones without needing high-lift bleach to achieve its effects. Furthermore, its soft look doesn’t create harsh lines like other techniques do and is thus suitable for those with kinky, textured, or afro-textured locks who wish to soften short lines in their style.
Contrary to popular belief, brown and platinum hair can coexist when done correctly. Showcase your natural hue at the roots with face-framing blonde highlights for added dimension and frame your features beautifully.