What is Balayage and Why Do We Love It?
Balayage hair colour is a French technique that has gained international popularity. The goal is to create soft, natural-looking highlights that look more modern than traditional colouring methods.
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As opposed to standard highlighting methods that use foil or a cap, balayage is strictly freehand where the colour is painted on. You can amplify the hue to vary from a soft wash to bright and bold depending on your personal preference. Outside of very short cropped hair, it can work on a variety of hair lengths, textures and colours, making it truly universal and flattering for all women. Most are drawn towards it because the maintenance level is relatively low; many are able to go four months between colour treatments.
Blonde balayage is a technique used to create a natural-looking hair colour that is not noticeable when grown out. The best part about this method is that it is custom-blended specifically for each person, so no new colour is the same. It’s a perfect approach for those who desire a unique style.
The beauty of blonde balayage is that when a blonde colour is mixed with a light brown or another blonde, we are getting a dimensional hair colour with the depth and dynamics everyone seeks in modern hairstyles.
Balayage hair colour options within brown palette are endless. You can go into reddish (caramel and auburn) tones of brown or try golden shades varying from browns to blondes. In case you would like a more neutral solution, it looks like this: dark brown for the under layer, medium browns washed to the lightest ash hues towards the ends and very light thin ribbons of brown blonde throughout the length here and there.
Talk to your stylist about the perfect balayage shades for you.
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