Partial balayage refers to a technique that allows you to color only certain areas of the head instead of the entire head. This is usually the top layer or around the eyes. Let’s take a look at the best examples of this trend.
The Benefits of Partial Balayage
A partial balayage is better than a full one. There are many reasons. A partial balayage is better for your beautiful locks because there’s less bleach involved. It is a great option for those who want to try a trendy look but have never dyed their hair. You can also highlight less of your natural hair, so it’s easier to understate. It is possible to experiment with unusual and bright shades without making your hair look too heavy.
#1: Wavy and Subtle Partial Balayage Hair
One thing you need to decide when deciding between a partial or full balayage is how much impact you want your style make. Do you want to be bolder or more subtle? You have the option to make subtle but noticeable changes to your hairstyle by not sticking to a standard balayage.
#2: Brunette with Light Brown Highlights
Highlights can be a great way to bring out the beauty in dark hair. The entry-level balayage is a great option if you are looking for a natural look without damaging your hair too much. For a fresh look, just lighten your hair a few shades.
#3: Brown Hair and Soft Hai painting
Maintenance is a key consideration when you are considering partial or complete highlights. You need to ensure that your hair looks natural after you get it done. If it’s only partial, you won’t need as much dye and your hair will look more natural when it grows out.
#4: Long Brown locks with partial highlights
Partial balayage does not always need to be on the top layer. You can sometimes have them on your underlayer. They’ll surprise you when they peek through your curls. Consider the highlights hidden treasures.
#5: Caramel & Cinnamon Highlights
Add some caramel and cinnamon to your brown hair. They will make a beautiful mix of colors when incorporated into dark hair. It highlights the contrast between the darker roots and the lighter colors on the top layer of hair, making it a very sexy look. The medium length keeps it simple but chic.
#6: Blonde Balayage with Brown Locks
Highlights are usually only on the top layer of hair when you do partial balayage. You can blend the lighter streaks beautifully if you style your hair in beachy waves. You can also give your hair movement and body with loose waves.
#7: Bob with Partial Balayage
Partially balayage highlights are great for all hair types, even Asian hair which is often dark and straight. A few highlights of chocolatey color will add style to your everyday bob.
#8: Brown to Blende Low Balayage
High-contrast highlights make dark hair pop and stand out. You don’t need to worry about causing damage to your hair if it’s a semi-balayage. You can enjoy trendy shades while still maintaining healthy hair. It’s a win/win situation.
#9: Choppy Cut With Mixed Highlights
Partially balayage can be a fashionable coif that you can use to style your straight hair. For an unusual hairstyle, experiment with warm browns and platinum highlights on medium-length hair. A two-tiered choppy cut can make this look even bolder and more dramatic, but not too much. This look is modern and edgy.
#10: Long Black Hair With Brown Highlights
If you are looking to break up the monotony of dark hair, partial balayage highlights are the best option. Partial highlights are simple and elegant. Chestnut brown is a great complement to black without being too bold. It will provide just the right amount contrast.
#11: Long Brown Hairstyle With Blonde Highlights
A long-haired brunette can look amazing with a little effort. If you have to do it, messy barrel curls with caramel highlights and blonde hair will work. The model below shows that there is no need for excessive highlights.
#12: Red-Haired Semi-Balayage
You can make your red hair look even more vibrant by adding a few natural-looking blonde highlights. You can do partial balayage by coloring a few sections of your hair and wrapping it in foil. For a subtle effect, make sure to only dye the top layer of your hair. To determine the time you should leave the dye in, refer to the instructions on the package.
#13: Platinum Blonde Balayage Highlights
Partial balayage can lighten dark brown hair without having to go completely blonde. Your face will be brightened by platinum highlights. They also add visual interest to your wavy hair. To give your hair a fuller look, add layers to the bottom.
#14: Brown Cut and Face Framing Streaks
Partial highlights are best placed. It is important to place them in a way that flatters your hair color and face shape. It looks best with medium brown shades. It draws attention to your hair and your face.
#15: Curled Auburn Hair With Highlights
It’s time for a break. Partially highlights can be a great way to warm up your hair. To create multidimensional hairstyles, balance your auburn hair by using a mixture of lighter and darker shades. For extra volume, curl your hair with a 11/2 inch curling iron and finish by blow drying them.
#16: Purple and Black Front Highlights
Partial highlights can be used on any hair color, including black. Black is a natural, consistent shade. This makes it an ideal canvas for bold colors straight out of the rainbow. Purple is a stylish and unique option.
#17: Brown and caramel hairstyle
You can use chocolate and caramel together to make a delicious dessert. To create a trendy effect, you don’t have to do a full head of highlights. Sprinkle them around to bring out your brown hair.
#18: Curly Bob and Subtle Balayage
It’s so adorable to do partial balayage highlights with short hair. The little color you add is really noticeable because there’s not much length. For a wispy, layered bob with lots of character, ask your stylist for some textured highlights.