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Color Melting Vs. Balayage And other Color Terms

Tuesday, Sep 26, 2017 | Post by Amy | 0 comment(s)

Color Melting Vs. Balayage And other Color Terms


With new hair color trends popping up all the time, it can be hard to keep everything straight. From highlights to balayage and everything in-between, all of these terms can seem impossible to figure out. In order to set the record straight, these are some explanations.



If you're looking to go a bit brighter, try asking for highlights. It's a way to create different hair colors that blend together naturally. Sheikh also explains that the stylist uses foil during this technique as the materials works as a heat conductor to help quicken the coloring process without further damaging the hair.



Think of balayage as a mixture between highlights and ombre. Celebrity stylist, Nick Arrojo, describes the trend as a hair painting technique that colorists use to create a soft dark to light ombre effect. It's a great way to add subtle brightness to the hair.


Color Melting

"color melting" more describes an end result rather than a technique. Basically, it's when three colors blend into the hair seamlessly. You shouldn't be able to tell when one hair color ends and another begins.



babylights is a technique that uses very fine strokes of color around the hair line and top of the head to give your hair a bit more dimension. This is perfect for those who want a touch of brightness added to their look.



Ombre is a technique used to blend two different hair colors seamlessly. According to Cave, ombre is when hair color gradually fades from root to tip.

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