Ombre is the gradual blending of one color hue to another, usually moving tints and shades from light to dark. It has become a popular feature for hair coloring . We originally thought this was a passing “fad” but it looks like the ombre hair color trend might actually be here to stay…at least for a while longer.
That’s good news if you color your hair, since the upkeep is less often than traditional highlights (and easier on the pocket). Opt for color that looks natural and gradually changes tone from root to ends.
Difference between Ombre and Balayage
The traditional ombre’ look: Dark roots, gradually getting lighter towards your ends. You and your Stylist can choose a color that will complement your skin tone and natural hair color. No matter if you want to go just a few shades lighter, or do a dramatic ombre, this look will give you the dimension you’re looking for.
Ombre is more of a dip-dyed look, while balayage is a hair painting technique. If you don’t want the dramatic look of Ombre, you can try a Balayage or Color Melt.. Ask Your Color Expert at Split Endz Salon ( Do not try this at Home )