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!
In general, the ideal combination for honey balayage is a light warm complexion with darker hair. The formula works with any eye color. So, if your skin has warm undertones, all shades of honey will be a right fit for you. According to colorists, the best skin tones for this type of highlights are olive, peachy, reddish, and sometimes dark deep skin tones. Golden balayage is also used to hide gray hairs, or as a transition from dark hair color to something lighter and cooler.
#1: Honey Balayage on Dark Brown Hair
#2: Shoulder-Length Honey Caramel Balayage
#3: Brunette Hair with Honey Highlights
#4: Honey Balayage on Black Hair
#5: Honey Balayage on Short Hair
#6: Full-Head Honey Blonde Balayage
#7: Brown and Honey Colormelt for Layered Haircut
#8: Warm Honey Balayage with Natural Roots
#9: Smooth Black to Honey Blonde Transition
#10: Honey Balayage on Straight Hair
#11: Brunette Hair with Honey and Blonde Highlights
#12: Long Textured Bob with Honey Balayage
#13: Perfectly Blended Soft Honey Highlights
#14: Honey Blonde Balayage on Light Brown Hair
#15: Wavy Angled Bob with Honey Balayage
#16: Bronde Balayage Waist-Length Hair
#17: Short Choppy Bob with Honey Streaks
#18: Brunette Waves Spiced with Honey and Cinnamon
#19: Subtle Chunky Highlights for Brunettes
#20: Balayaged Brown’n’Honey Bob
Any of honey balayage examples shown above will make you stop the mirror hate that grown-out roots along with dull hair may so easily cause. You’ll love your reflection once again. No matter which one you’ll choose, your features will become softer, your skin tone will look warmer, and you’ll feel more attractive. Try and see!