balayage or ombré?

The best balayage & ombré hair colours at bhp hair salon in Guiseley

What is the difference between balayage and ombré and what is colour melting?  The aim of this article is to explain the various hair colour techniques we use at bhp hairdressing.  

the best balayage in leedsOmbré or balayage – which hair colour is right for me?

Balayage is a French word which means to “paint” or “sweep”. By using this freehand technique, we can add your hair colour exactly where you want it for a natural looking sun-kissed result.

The dye will be applied to the hair freehand, using vertical strokes, just as if you were painting colour onto the hair. The look can be as subtle or as dramatic as you wish – and we can use a variety of colours from brunettes, reds and blondes to fashion colours. 

 

Ombré hair colours 

The word ombré is derived from the French term for ‘shadow’. This gives you a more defined colour which often looks a little ‘two tone.’  We can create ombré using a multitude of colours.

The colour melting trend

Colour melting blends multiple shades of hair colour with your base hair colour.  For example, if you are naturally a brunette, we might add several shades of brunette which melts into a beautiful golden colour.  Colour melting also works if you have a fashion colour as your base – perhaps a pretty pink, lilac or rose gold colour.  By adding multiple highlights in similar tones we can create a gorgeous blend.

Book your balayage ombré hair  appointment at bhp hair salon, Guiseley

Book in for a hair colour consultation with our hair colour experts so we can work out a plan for your hair. Please call us on 01943 878 107 and don’t forget that you will need a skin sensitivity patch test 48 hours prior to your colour appointment if you have not had your hair coloured before.

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