Balayage Hair Coloring Ideas
Long waves with Caramel Balayage
Long hair, tumbling curls and caramel highlights are a guaranteed match. Adding a variety of beautiful V-cut layers adds movement to the waves, while the warm undertones give it a sophisticated and stylish look.
Shiny Golden Bonde Balayage
The balayage hair looks amazing with smooth waves and touches of golden bronde. You can do away with the waves and still rock a stylish straight balayage to look your best.
Cool Ash Brown Balayage
If you have dark hair and you're wondering if you can try balayage, the answer is Yes. It's all about finding the right hue to complement your locks and the vibe. Ashen brown lightens up your look but still keeps things subtle and understated.
Multi Colored Balayage
Because balayage is hand-painted, it leaves a lot of room for creativity. We can dye your hair to become a work of art, a combination of complementing colors. This collage of shades gives us a lot of tones to look at and a beauty to be inspired by. Adding a wavy finish helps blend the "chaos," making it even more beautiful.
Balayage is a French word that means to sweep. This hair coloring technique involves creating highlights by hand-painting or "sweeping" on the surface of random sections of the hair.
Usually, we start by painting dye or lightener starting from the midshaft down towards the end of the hair. Contrary to a common misconception, balayage isn't the look but the technique where hair dye is added without foil.
Balayage can be applied throughout your hair for a lighter look all around. Choosing this eliminates the need to maintain inevitable root growth. You can also choose a partial or mini balayage which can be done on the upper area of your face or around your face.
Balayage is usually only a few shades lighter than your natural hair, giving it a more natural, sunlit glow.