Ombre is a desired look it is not a technique.
What it means: This look is generally low-maintenance and uses the balayage technique to paint color onto the bottom half of the hair length. (Balayage is the technique; ombré is the look.)
How it looks: Hair is colored darker at the roots (or left alone if naturally dark) and fades to a lighter hue at the ends (or vice versa).
Ombre is the gradual blending of one color into another. Now just because ombre and sombre are not a technique doesn’t mean it’s easy to do. When giving someone this look, each stylists goal at All Cut Up Salon is to make the blend as seamless as possible from each color to the next.*Ombre traditionally has darker roots which seamlessly fade into lighter ends.
*Sombre is a more subtle version of ombre which uses less contrasting shades from the root to tip transition.
*An ombre style trend we have been seeing uses vibrant colors such as Pulp Riot Hair color.
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