Ombré, and Balayage hair colouring is a dark to lighter colour graduation on your hair; keeping the roots darker and extending the colour through to the hair ends. The end result can be either subtle or striking mixing tone or texture for a beautifully unique look. Similar to the Balayage and Ombre, Dip day is also has been popular hair colouring technique which create the look the hair tips were dipped in hair dye. Dip dye can be simple as a highlighting the ends with blondes or the end result can be either subtle or striking mixing tone or texture for a beautifully unique look.
Balayage: Balayage (sweeping in French) is a hair colouring technique which create very natural-looking freehand highlights and colours. Not like traditional foiling highlights colouring, Balayage results can be simple or adventurous.
Ombre: Ombre is sometimes called root stretch or dip-dye, is a dark colour on the roots which is then blended into a lighter shade through the mid lengths and ends which creates natural look.
Dip Dye: is similar to Ombre / Balayage technique, but the difference between Ombre / Balayage and dip dye is the line between colours is straighter and obvious fading in a straighter line -unlike with Balayage or Ombre.
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