If you have ever considered brown hair to be boring or dull, think again. With the balayage technique dye is applied to hair without the use of foil, resulting in a more natural and more exquisite look that feels like any brunette’s major hair goal. Mixing colors has never been this fun, so check out these brunette balayage styles and book an appointment with your colorist!
Balayage Hair Color Ideas
Balayage hair is today’s synonym of modern hair. Flat, monotonous colors gave way to multidimensional dye jobs that work in pair with trendy haircuts to create dynamic hairstyles full of texture and volume. Every balayage hair color is one-of-a-kind because it looks different on every head of hair, depending on the base color, chosen cut, and natural texture of the hair. With balayage highlights you can show off nuances of your new hair color, make it more vivid and vibrant, or, on the contrary, soft and melting. At the same time, any balayage hair style requires less maintenance compared to the dye jobs of the past. You still need to protect the vibrancy of color and keep brassy tones at bay if you opt for cool toned blonde highlights, but when it comes to grown out roots, they are very welcome and that means a much longer time between salon appointments while being happy with your hair color for months!
Honey balayage is a golden mean between highlights in blonde and brown. That’s why it looks great on almost any base hair color. The one thing remains tricky-honey is warm, so you need to check if it will flatter your skin tone. Read all details below!
Brown to blonde balayage is the most frequently asked dye job variety. Now we understand why! These styles are “the one-size-fits-all”: they flatter all skin tones, base hair shades, and eye colors (if the right brown and right blond are chosen). So, if you need new hair color ideas, read on! [click to continue…]
Balayage has maintained immense popularity over the last few years because the hand painted technique offers natural and effortless color. Once thought of as a summer dyeing trend, the style can now be seen on women throughout the year — skip blonde, and spice up your locks with purple balayage this season. [click to continue…]