11. BLACK TO RED OMBRE WITH a POP OF PURPLE
There are always options to add another color! These Ombre hairstyles are usually two-toned, but you can always add another colour. There are no rules that say you have to use two colors. If you have a red color, we recommend that you stick to the reds. This will ensure that you keep the warm tones intact. This is a combination of black, red, and purple. These colors work well together. The black base has a hint purple, while the red ends are red. This is a stunning and fierce style, we think!
12. DARK RED TO PEACHY BONDE OMBRE
This base is slightly lighter. You can choose any colour for your roots. This is a deep red with pale ends. The darker red is just as dark as the other colours and the lighter colour is applied earlier down the hair.
13. DARK BROWN TO DARK RED OMBRE
Many people aren’t comfortable with dyeing their whole head. This is because hair maintenance can be difficult and hair dyeing often can cause hair damage. An ombre style is a great way to get the color you want, but it’s also low-maintenance. This style is a combination of a dark brown and a darker red shade. This is not a dye job that will completely change your hair. A little colour can make your hair healthy.
14. BLACK TO DARK CHERRY RED OMBRE
Ombre hair can be layered with black hair. You have an advantage if you have naturally dark hair. The roots of your hair will be darker than usual, which will make it last longer and less likely to need to be dyed again. It looks amazing to mix black and dark cherry red.
15. DARK RED AND BLONDE OMBRE
Trending colors are pastel reds. It is almost a pastel-red colour. This is a deep red color with Ombre strands of blonde. These colours give you the best of both dark and light.
16. DARK RED TO FIRERED OMBRE
These striking red colors will show off your fierce side and character. The base color is dark red, while the fire red will add a spark to your hair.
17. BRIGHT RED OMBBRE
Celebrities love bright red. It is a striking colour that makes you stand out from the rest. It’s bright, but it has a warm effect.
18. RED VELVET OMBRE
Sexy, sexy, sexy! This is red velvet hair. You will get so many compliments on your hair, you’ll feel like a celebrity.
19. BLACK TO RUSTIC RED OMBRE
Make sure to create contrast between the red and black. The perfect contrast is between the black and rustic red, as you can see in the photo. Contrast is a great way to make the Ombre stand out. Ombre hair can be worn down or tucked back.
20. RED TO COPER BALAYAGE OMBRE
Subtle is sweet, and it’s underrated. This ombre style is subtle but effective. This is a red base, with copper balayage tips. We have combined the ombre and balayage techniques to create a natural, subtle look. Although it isn’t as bold as standard ombre, it has a subtler and more delicate finish.