Balayage

 

Balayage

Balayage styles are an option for those wanting to keep up with the latest hair color trend

Balayage is a free-hand highlighting technique that creates a soft, gradual transition of color in your hair. Typical balayage styles will use darker shades towards the roots, and lighter hair color towards the ends. This gives your hair the appearance of depth and dimension, while adding a sun-kissed look.

This style it generally easy to maintain, which is why it’s a go-to for hair coloring. Proper care can preserve the color for a lengthy amount of time. But if you decide it isn’t the look for you, it will fade out smoothly without altering the color of all your hair.


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Go Balayage Bold

Whether your natural hair is a lighter blonde or a dark chestnut, a balayage is a great way to add some intensity to your hairstyle. A face-framing hair color is a great way to show off some of the facial features you’d like to bring more attention to. It’s perfect for any face shape, and can be adjusted to your preferences.

Though your average balayage style typically uses more natural blonde or lighter brown dye, we can add a pop of color for those looking for a radical change of style.

Think a balayage is the style for you? Schedule an appointment online! Or click Here to explore some other hair color options.

 

 
Why does my hair color fade?

Hair color does eventually fade. It fades more quickly on damaged hair. To keep it from becoming more porous, shampoo less frequently. Try not to heat style more than necessary, 2 to 3 times per week and be sure to use a heat protectant. Add a conditioning treatment at the salon to replenish lost moisture. Our hairstylists will be sure to consult with you about proper color care and treatment.

What’s the difference between balayage and ombre?

A balayage refers to how the color is applied. Your hairdresser will paint the hair dye on by hand without the use of foil with more of a vertical placement. The effect will appear to gradually sweep down through your hair, giving it an almost natural, sun-kissed appearance. Ombre is a more abrupt, horizontal hair dyeing style that will mainly be applied to the ends of you hair as opposed to gradually blending in with your roots.