Get some Purple Balayage into your Life
A great option for trendy and carefree ladies is purple balayage. It is also less maintenance than full-color dyes. There are many shades available, including violet, lavender, plum, and plum. Balayage is best done by professionals.
#1: Violet Lob with Tousled Waves
The vibrant violet balayage gives a trendy lob haircut a new life. This vibrant shade is best for dark brunettes and radiates a lot of energy.
#2: Silver Streaks and Faded Lavender
There are many shades of purple balayage hair. Here is one example. For those who love ashy colors, lavender is a great choice. You can also pair it with grey or white hints for extra depth.
#3: Distressed Pastel Fuschia
Purple hairstyles don’t have to be bold and edgy. This is the perfect style for a girl who wants to experiment with purple, but prefers a pastel fuschia color. The pink specks add a feminine touch.
#4: Bright Purple Waves
All punk rock queens, this is your next color change. This color is extremely bright and will need to be dyed often, but it’s worth it.
#5: Washed out Purple
Pastel balayage purple tips will complement your hipster style. It is an attractive choice and doesn’t need much maintenance.
#6: Vibrant Grape Top Layer
Grape jelly anyone? You’ll bring a smile to everyone in the room with your lively ‘do. For maximum impact, focus your dye on the top layers of hair.
#7: Bold and Mystical Balayage
This coiffure is bold and vibrant, starting with ashy lavender, then merging into bold lilac with highlights in dusty fuschia… it has everything! Use a similar tone to your natural color and fade it slowly to a deeper, more saturated purple.
#8: Sectional Balayage & Highlights
This purple balayage hair uses a multi-tonal highlight technique. To add dimension to your hair, mix bright violet and ashy violet together.
#9: Dusty Lavender and Saturated Tips
When it comes to dusty lavendar, the goal is to wash out color. This style is achieved by dyeing your hair in a light pastel shade with a focus on the ends.
#10: Blonde & Purple Creamsicle
Brunettes can also rock this style. Blonde hair allows purple to shine beautifully and creates a creamy fusion. You can achieve a creamsicle effect by choosing a purple shade that is the same color as your blonde.
#11: Potent Neon Hair
This purple balayage style is for you if you love neon. This balayage style is even more striking when worn with dark browns. It will make you stand out and be the centre of attention.
#12: Ash Brown with Purple Streaks
Add a cool-toned lilac to your locks to enhance naturally ashy hair. This is a subtle way to add a fun color to your hair and make it stand out.
#13: Gradual Mauve Highlights
A greyish mauve is an option for women who work in formal settings and wish to experiment with unnatural hair colors in a mature way. A faded mauve doesn’t restrict your wardrobe choices as much as a brighter purple.
#14: Smokey plum Balayage
Blending a charcoal shade into a purple-red plum color will create a smoke effect in your hair. You won’t be able to resist a deep purple balayage that places color far away from your roots.
#15: A Piecey Light Purple
This bob is fresh and youthful in color and cut technique. It is super simple to experiment with the trend, as only the top layers of the hair are dyed while the locks below remain natural.
#16: Indigo Purple Streaks
Go on a dark walk! Combining blue and purple creates a stunning fusion. To make your black hair look even more glamorous, try an indigo combination.
#17: Violet Magenta Balayage
Although hand-painted dye jobs in unusual shades are very common, intense magenta violet balayage is not. Bright violet hair is the perfect way to transform your wardrobe into something more sophisticated.
#18: Lilac Unicorn Baalayage
Unicorn hair is glamorous and girly. It’s popular because of its tumblr-esque look. Lilac is a style that can be worn through all seasons, which adds to its aesthetic appeal.