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is a colouring technique that adds dimensional highlights to your hair. Instead of using foils, the highlights are literally painted on to your hair. Balayage is a far more natural and blended look than foils can achieve. It differs from ombre, which relies on intense contrast for its effect. Balayage is subtle, yet gorgeous.
Because it is so subtle, balayage is a wonderful colour technique to use on naturally curly and kinky hair. Bleached highlights can cause uncontrollable frizz, but balayage is much gentler.
A dark brown base and light and blended into the roots creates a stunning, trendy contrast in colour. This is a great way to go blonde, without the commitment (and damage) of a full head of bleach.
Highlights don’t need to be blonde- a black or chocolate brown base, combined with warm, light brown highlights is a delectable hair colour for brunettes that adds depth and really enhances natural curls
Red is always on trend, and a copper balayage is sure to turn heads! The base colour is dark auburn, with lighter strawberry blonde and copper highlights painted onto the mid-lengths for a striking effect.
Whatever colour you choose, remember that you can keep it fresh and vibrant for longer by using products for colour treated hair. Ask your stylist for guidance in choosing the right products for your hair type, texture and colour.
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