Get rid of your flat hair with this super lovely color melt from dark to light! You’ll get a taste of what it’s like to be blonde without all the maintenance it requires.
Black to Caramel Ombre
This is a caramel color melt – dark chocolate base melted into warm caramel ends. The hair was balayage and then color melted for the blended transition. The soft waves were created by using a straightener, which makes the color pop.
Warm Caramel Blonde Balayage on Curly Hair
Butterscotch Caramel Balayage on Black Hair
This light brown hair is what I call yummy golden caramel crips! The way the waves and color flow lightly together just reminds me of apples dipped in caramel!
Copper Red with Caramel Highlights
It’s that time of year – sweaters, pumpkin spiced lattes, and fall hair color! I call this one hot caramel apple cider. I love the depth and dimension this hair color has. Hand painting a few pieces of caramel here and there adds a touch of brightness without taking away from her beautiful base color.
Chocolate Caramel Balayage
I love this subtle balayage because it provides a multi-dimensional effect for someone who doesn’t want a drastic change. When the hair color is not strongly contrasting, the color grows subtly providing a low maintenance upkeep. The subtle highlights also create a glow around the face for a younger feel.
Caramel Balayage on Dark Brown Hair
This is for those who want to have dimension and contrast but low maintenance! We have fun with the different colors and tones in the ends. This look is accomplished with balayage and toning to caramel tone.