“The blending was perfect and there were no harsh lines at all, which was my main concern regarding ombre.”Catalina A.
Ombré hair came onto the style scene a few years ago and it was thoroughly accepted by the A-list stars like Beyonce, Olivia Wilde, Dakota Johnson and celebrities like Alexa Chung and Kim Kardashian. Ombré is one of the hottest hair trends for everyday women and celebrities alike.
Ombré is a hair painting technique where the colorist keeps the hair darker from the roots and then lighter to the ends. The term Ombré means shadow or shading in French. This illustrates the idea of gradually blending one color hue into another, generally going from dark to light. This technique was used originally in the clothing industry, but it has been adapted and incorporated into hairstyling and makeup art. In hairstyling, the easiest way to describe the ombré style is as the transition from dark roots to light ends.
Ombré is Perfect for Blonde Hair
It’s also very popular among those with intense colored hair (blue, purple or silver) to rock that trend in a softer way by allowing the roots to remain with natural color. You can choose to mix balayage with ombré to create a unique style.
Getting light brown to blonde ombré hair is not a complicated process and it is extremely easy to maintain for quite a while. As long as you use some conditioning products, your ombré hair is likely to keep its beautiful rich aspect.
You always wanted to try a blonde hair color but dying all it’s just too much for you and decided to have an ombré? Call for an appointment to the Plaza Hair Salon for a sun-kissed ombré for the sunny days ahead. Light brown and blonde shades complement each other perfectly and this hair color will bring more life to your hair. It’s a perfect choice for a chic, natural looking hair all summer.
It’s Beachy and Casual. It’s Fun and Chic
It’s also the perfect way for brunettes to transition into blonde or for bold women to rock a vibrant hair color without saturating the roots. The ombré hair coloring process includes painting on the color from dark roots to saturated, light ends. The difference between ombré and balayage it’s the ombré’s solid, gradual look. You can also check our blog about chocolate ombré for more information about this super-stylish hair trend.
If you have bad or old blonde highlights that do not look good we suggest a light brown to blonde ombré. If you colored your hair at home and the result is not as good as you expected you need the professional help of our hairstylists. This amazing brown to blonde ombré will lighten your face and even your eyes will shine brighter. You will be so ready for a great summer!
Get Your Ombré at Plaza Hair Salon!
Because the process of creating ombré hair is different for every client the price is determined upon consultation, where we talk about the technique needed for transition, hair length and density and the number of formulas needed to achieve the desired result. We may charge up to $150 for an Ombré. Call us now at 858.485.7551 or email us at email@example.com for your appointment. Walk-ins are always welcome too!