40 Cool Ideas of Lavender Ombre Hair and Purple Ombre

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Lavender ombre hair is a really fun way to get a creative style without a lot of daily maintenance. Whether you choose to go tame with wash-out hair chalk or make the jump into a permanent color, purple hair brings personality and pizazz to any head of hair.

Lavender Ombre Hair and Purple Ombre

These two are the most popular extraordinary hair color solutions for everyone who strives a mind-blowing pop of color in her locks. In this article you’ll find some funky extravagant purples as well as comparatively modest lavender samples that rather look like cute, delicate dip dye.

#1: Light Lavender Layers

Almost angelic, this combination of very light blonde and subtle lavender looks beautiful on girly girls who want something different without overdoing it.

#2: Purple Ombre with Layers

Show off your purple hair with a carefully coifed cut that includes layers and bangs. Choosing to incorporate the color that starts as high as bangs creates a soft yet edgy look.

#3: Light Lavender Locks

Gentle and feminine, a light lavender shade looks adorable on short wavy hair. Of course, you can pull off this hue on any length or texture, but there’s something about a cropped style that really makes it stunning. Focus on very light roots (almost white) and let the color work into somewhat brighter lavender tips.

#4: Long Black and Purple Hair with Curly Ends

Lavender ombre hair on the base of black locks would look rather dramatic and require a profound bleaching. Black and violet ombre color is no less impressive and it truly flatters the long black mane.

#5: Blue and Lavender Hair Colors in Mermaid Ombre

With touches of blue, silver blonde and purple, this mermaid-inspired ombre hair color is ideal for those who want to step out of the box and also look feminine. The texture of this look is the silky waves that are slightly undone at the ends to create a fuss-free appearance.

#6: Light Brown into Purple Ombre with Pink Highlights

The shoulder-length haircut with short and medium layers throughout gives a boost to cute wavy texture. Dark blonde, pink and dark purple hues come together to create a unique look that’s full of individuality.

#7: Lavender Hair Style with Mohawk Braid

Lavender ombre hair looks absolutely stunning when it is placed in a chic bun. This modern take on the braided Mohawk incorporates the elements of a loosely braided top bun and curls for a more dramatic appearance. Perfect for both formal and casual occasions, this hairstyle and the lovely color are all around gorgeous.

#8: Long Wavy Bob Purple Hair Style

Some hairstyles are bound to stand the test of time, and the Bob is definitely one of them. Amped up with a vivid purple hair color, this long, wavy Bob is suitable for a variety of hair textures and types.

#9: Purple Hair in Balayage Highlights for Dark Brown Base

There are so many versions of ponytail hairstyles that it can be exhausting just thinking of something new and fresh you can do with a pony. However, a super long and curly half up style like this one is definitely a welcomed choice. The shiny purple ombre highlights add depth and dimension to the thick bouncy curls.

#10: Dark Blonde Beach Waves with Lavender Ombre Ends

The ethereal combination of lavender hair and beach waves is both soft and feminine, as seen in this look. The dark blonde beach waves are bold, chunky and also fancy thanks to the lavender ombre ends. This is a great style for the spring and summer season.

#11: Hot Pink and Purple Ombre for Layered Hair

All you rock star girls out there, this one’s for you! Definitely not for the faint of heart, and sure to turn heads, this hot pink and purple ombre hairstyle literally screams attention. The soft waves showcase a modern way to rock the classic medium-length layered cut.

#12: Layered Bronde Waves with Purple Ombre-ed Ends

Brown blonde and purple seem to be a popular and, therefore, wide-spread color combination, but this one is a bit different. Here, you have a medium honey blonde shade that transitions into rich purple ends with hints of pink. There are also slight waves placed throughout for a cute undone look.

#13: Choppy Black Hair with Blue and Dark Purple Highlights

This vampy ombre look is very far from tender girly lavender hair styles. Here, we have a medium choppy black haircut that is punctuated by the electric blue and dark purple accent colors.

#14: Platinum Blonde and Purple Ombre Hair

Give your chunky curls a funky edge by adding some fun ombre color. Platinum blonde and purple work together perfectly to create a modern look.

#15: Light Brown and Lavender Hair Style

A short or medium length wavy Bob is always guaranteed to be a flattering hairstyle choice. Light brown hair with touches of silver and lavender gives this Bob a feminine touch with an added dose of depth and dimension.

#16: Black and Reddish Purple Hair

Light purple hair is a lovely color choice, but if you’re in the mood for something more substantial, perhaps this color is more appropriate. The black and reddish purple combo aims to steal the spotlight.

#17: Dark Brown and Blue Purple Hair

The chunky bangs of this medium layered haircut and the hair color solution are definitely competing, trying to take centre stage. The rich dark brown hair is given a modern upgrade thanks to the hints of dark purple in the bangs and along the sides.

#18: Light Rosewood Hair with Purple Ombre Ends

Redheads are always bound to garner a lot of attention, and with dip dye purple ends, it’s going to be the total success. Orange and purple make a harmonious hair color combination often used in clothes and interior design. And as for hair color, it’s a new solution.

#19: Long Black Bob with Purple Ombre

Whether you opt for a light purple hair hue or the bright purple shade seen here, you’ll get a stunning color combo with black hair color as the base. This sleek, expertly cut Bob is a hairstyle to cast a second glance upon.

#20: Long Chunky Curls for Lavender Hair

It’s easy for long hair to appear boring if you don’t add a few frills, but this hairstyle is anything but monotonous. Filled with chunky waves, this lengthy look is highlighted by the soft, soothing lavender hair color.

#21: Black and Purple Ombre Waves

One of the best and easiest ways to inject new life into a basic hairstyle is to experiment with hair color. Here, you have a variation of lavender ombre hair that offers a mysterious twist with plum red brushstrokes over the black base. The head full of flattering waves completes the look and creates a soft, feminine feel to it.

#22: Rosewood Pink and Lavender Ombre Curls

Don’t be afraid to get a little funky with pink and purple ombre mix that starts quite high on the length, but has an intermediate rosewood shade to blend the natural-colored roots with pastel-toned ribbons. This punk-inspired ombre technique is definitely a fun look sure to turn heads.

#23: Ash Blonde and Dark Purple Ombre Hair

Combining blonde and purple hair colors together has never looked as good as it does with this asymmetrical reverse ombre hairstyle. While this straight style is pretty common, the ombre technique is what truly brings it to life injecting so much-needed personality.

#24: Dark Hair Lightened with Lavender

Dark hair can look positively lovely with a violet ombre style. Keep the roots and the underneath layers dark while having the rest of the hair lightened up with a gentle purple shade that will stun onlookers.

#25: Very Long Hair with Lavender Tips

Not sure about dying your hair a dramatic color like purple? Keep a more natural hue for the bulk of your ‘do and add some lavender to the tips. It is much less extreme and can be worked into a colorful bun or other super cute updo.

#26: Short Lavender Ombre Hair

Short and sweet, this ombre hairstyle relies on many different shades of lavender, purple and blue for a creative final look. If you have medium to thick hair, short styles can really hold and show off your multi-colored strands in their best light.

#27: Long Bright Lavender Ombre Hair

Long and lovely, brightly colored locks can really make a beautiful statement. For this style, darker purple roots fade into the hot pink-purple ombre that spirals down in lovely soft waves. Remember to use a high-quality dye to keep long hair protected and healthy.

#28: Dark to Light Purple Curls

Long, curly hair is romantic – the ultimate expression of girliness. However, it can also look rather boring if your hair isn’t multitoned. In case you are not excited much about natural hair colors, solve this issue with bright purple ombre hair – vibrant strands running from top to bottom.

#29: Subtly Highlighted Lavender Hair

A really stunning, sophisticated hair color like this doesn’t need the vibrancy to look harmonious. This light purple hue works best for brown blonde hair, as a complimenting color to some lighter shades of blonde. Lavender ombre hair is always bold, but with this infusion of color, it’s a much safer leap.

#30: Reverse Ombre Style

While purple ombre hair usually runs light to dark, you can definitely reverse it and run your hair color top to bottom. Start with the darker purple up by the roots and fade the color downward until your tendrils are the beautiful shade of lavender like in the photo.

#31: Wavy Weave

If you struggle to grow out your hair or settle on a color you love, mix it up with a weave or hair extensions that will give you long locks for days. Play with a variety of ombre shades such as blonde, purple and black in various sections. Lavender ombre hair doesn’t have to follow any rules.

#32: Delicate Ombre Curls

Hair does not need to be brightly colored throughout – in fact sometimes a subtler look is more desirable. For this style, light hair is treated with a lavender tint that darkens downward into a very deep brown. Get a layered haircut and curl your hair with a large barrel curling iron for a finished look.

#33: Subtle Ombre Hair

Work in a very subtle ombre color scheme if you’re looking for something not too dramatic. Some cannot go full out with purple hair due to their professional commitments. Instead, add just a little brightness with an accentuation that’s barely noticeable indoors.

#34: Ombre Hair And Angled Cut

Adding the angled ends can bring out the beauty of brightly colored hair or simply give a boost to your already edgy yet gorgeous style. Focus the purple from above the ears downward, leaving the top of the head dark and more natural in color.

#35: Purple Ombre with Blue

Why to settle on just one color? Mix some purple and blue together for the seriously fun strands that will rival any other creative hairstyle. Add in a deep side part and keep the top half of the hair your natural hue – blonde or brown.

#36: Lavender Straight Hair

Short and sassy, this style really shows off straight layered hair. Work some very light tints into your strands, focusing the darker pigment at the roots.

#37: Dramatic Curly Purple Hair

From the light blonde to brilliant purple, this purple ombre hair is an extreme statement. The curls look like cute ribbons! You can accomplish this style with a medium barrel curling iron and plenty of vibrant purple hair dye.

#38: Rainbow Hair

Violet ombre often seems tame compared to what’s out there. If you want to go for something bold, vibrant and truly unique, try coloring your hair a variety of bright hues. From hot pink to neon green, there are so many colors you can work in for a truly diverse, rainbow look.

#39: Colored Pixie Cut

Add some pop to your style with a pixie cut that’s filled with vibrantly bright hues. From bright blue to lavender, mix it up to include your favorite shades, using semi-permanent dyes if you happen to change your mind often. The feathery side bangs are an exquisite compliment of the style – they are reminiscent of real fathers of some strange bird.

#40: Silver and Purple Long Layers

Bring hair into focus with this beautiful silver and lavender combination that flatters any age, hair type and face shape. You’ll look sweet and sassy and, at the same time, maybe wise beyond your years along with a little punch of color fun.

Are you tired of your current hair color and style? Next time you go to the salon, go a little bolder than you normally would and try out a hair color that’s not found in nature. The result will surprise you as you are going to experience a confident, creative and unique look, not easily duplicated.

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