Balayage is a French hair coloring technique where the color is painted on the hair by hand as opposed to the old school highlighting methods with foils and hair cap highlighting. The free-hand application allows to achieve a more natural and modern effect with subtle transitions between the chosen hues, whether blonde, brunette, red or unnatural colors, such as popular pastels and even neons.
by TRHS on August 25, 2015
, Balayage27 August 2018
Whether your hair is curly and layered or straight and blunt cut, a sure way to show off lovely locks is with a balayage short hair look. Trying this new trend will accentuate the lines and curves of your natural hair texture and give your hairdo the extra pop it needs!
by TRHS on September 29, 20157 May 2018
Are you going to balayage hair for the first time and know nothing about this technique? Or already have it and want to try its new type? We’ve gathered everything you need to know about balayage, check!
by Victoria Nokey on May 7, 2018
Do you often find yourself asking what is the difference between balayage and ombre? Both are among the hottest hair trends for everyday women and celebrities alike; sporting a gradual color transition from dark to light, balayage and ombre give us low-maintenance, lived-in color.
by Kaleena Stroud on March 1, 2018
Blonde balayage is a technique used to create a natural-looking hair color that is not noticeable when grown out. The best part about this method is that it is custom-blended specifically for each person, so no new color is the same. It’s a perfect approach for those who desire a unique style because each of your friends could have the same color, but it would look different on everyone! Read on to see our gallery of the top 40 hairstyles below.
by TRHS on August 18, 2015
Caramel balayage is trending and for good reason. The sought-after shade is universally flattering and looks stunning against all skin tones. The contrast between the caramel highlights and brown roots is simply divine, although that is not to say caramel won’t look just as good mixed in with blonder shades as nice lowlights. See top-20 variants of this year`s trendiest coloring technique!
by Karen Hill on November 9, 201730 January 2018
Looking to switch up your basic, tonal locks without a full on commitment? You may want to give subtle balayage a chance. This style of highlighting applies color to only certain parts of the hair, specifically places where light catches or where color would fade out naturally.
by Rachel Scott on December 12, 20176 March 2018
Rose gold balayage is the love child of the subtle highlighting technique and an up-incoming sumptuous shade. Balayage uses a sweeping method to paint the hair without using foil. This natural approach allows the choice of fun colors, such as rose gold, which is a tempting consideration for brunettes, redheads and blondes likewise.
by Krista Ehret on November 13, 201714 July 2018
A partial balayage is a freehand coloring technique, when you apply highlights only to specific areas instead of throughout the whole head — generally, the top layer, or just around the face. Let`s see the best examples of this trend!
by Karen Hill on November 16, 201713 April 2018
Reminiscent of the striped copper stone, tiger eye hair is the update to balayage we’ve been waiting for. The hair trend pulls warm tones from dark hair in the natural style we’ve come to expect from painted-on highlights. Geology buffs rejoice.
by TRHS on December 14, 2016
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