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    Balayage Photo

    Balayage

    Balayage involves a stylist hand-painting the highlights so that they look even more natural, with depth and dimension that resemble the effects of the sun. Balayage means "sweeping" in French, and is a reference to both the sweeping motions of the painting process and the small brooms used by Parisian stylists.  

    Colombre Photo

    Colombre

    Is the new trendy color technique on the scene which combines the Ombré dye pattern (transitioning between two shades, typically from dark to light) with bright colors or pastel colors and it's called Colombré  

    Ombre Photo

    Ombre

    Ombre  taken from the French for “shadow” or “shade,” ombre hair color features gradient shadings that imbue hair with an edgy aesthetic. Unlike the natural beauty of Bayalage, ombre highlights transition more dramatically from the dark roots to the lighter tips. Though the ombre style is suited to complexions of all shades, you should have a consultation with your stylists to determine which colors will flatter your look. For example, those with darker skin can shoot for deep reds and coppers, compliments those with darker skin while fairer tones can experiment with blondes and caramel colors.   


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