Balayage is among the hottest hair styles that takes us back to our roots (literally). It is a hairstyle that emphasizes natural, healthy shine as well as natural, organic gradients it is a coloring method that has French roots. It has now taken the beauty industry with a vengeance, due to the simple, natural beauty it offers. Take a look at these beautiful ideas to get inspired.
1. Ash Blonde Balayage
An excellent way to add some hue to your hair without becoming too flashy is to use ash blonde. While it preserves the natural look from blonde hair, it comes with silvery shades that bring the balyage’s color to life.
2. Blonde Balayage Long Bob
One of the great things of balayage hair the fact that it is suitable for different lengths. Even when you don’t have hair that is waist-length you can still wear a blonde balayage the long bob with amazing.
3. Sun-kissed Brunette
A lot of brunettes choose subtle blond accents in order to highlight their natural hair shade. This is an excellent illustration of how these light blonde tones can help make dark brunette hair shine.
4. Dark to Light Gradient
Due to the apparent contrast between the tips and the roots the hair is more reminiscent of the ombre hair. However, the delicate method of fading the tones of blonde and brown is an excellent example of balayage.
5. Soft Balayage Highlights
Natural, discreet and healthy are the key words to describe Balyage. This is how you transform from basic highlights to a complete sun-struck appearance. It doesn’t matter if you have either light or dark hair, this style is sure to work for you.
6. Silver Ash
The above image shows the way to take your ash blonde up a notch using Balyage. While retaining a rich Ash base and a brighter color, the blonde is accentuated by the wide silver tones that reach nearly white edges.
7. Honey Brunette Balayage
Honey, caramel, and latte are well-known tones for experimenting with ideas for balayage. If you’re naturally brunette, it is possible to combine the three tones in a harmonious way to highlight dark hair.
8. Balayage Dark Hair that is Dark with Auburn
Another method to enhance the natural dark roots of your hair is to fade into a light tone. In other words, instead of turning blonde, go for a deep auburn secondary shade. This is stunning when your hair’s natural shade has reddish undertones.
9. Curly Color Fade
Straight hair or wavy hair aren’t the only hair types which look great with the balayage. Curly locks, for instance are a great way to highlight the natural mix of hues like none other. The same effect can be enjoyed by both short and long curly hair.
10. Subtle Honey Hues
Do you want for your hair to appear invisible without losing that natural shine? Consider a tone that’s only a shade or two lighter than the color of your hair and let your stylist’ sprinkle with blonde streaks in here and there.