Fantastic Balayage Hair Styles 2018 Women

Fantastic Balayage Hair Styles 2018 Women Balayage means “to sweep” in French. It is an in-depth process used to create a stunning blend of hair colors. While ombre is more of a “shadow” effect, balayage is a highlighting technique that looks as though as it has been hand-painted by a skillful artist. Which in a sense, it is.

Fantastic Balayage Hair Styles 2018 Women

It normally takes between two and three hours to complete the balayage process. So keep the mind when you are booking your appointment with your stylist. But we promise it will be well worth the time and effort!

As we discussed previously, balayage and ombre are not the same! Balayage is hand painted technique much like highlighting while ombre is a gradual fade or lightening.

 

Also, the usual difference in ombre and balayage is that ombre shades are usually more colorful such as pinks, purples and other fun shades white balayage tones tend to be more natural. Of course, there are an exception for both.

This pretty blend of warm and cool brunette shades is so pretty. The colors blend so perfect that you can’t tell it is not your natural color. And with a long layered cut with flowing waves, you can’t go wrong this elegant look!

To style, blow dry your hair, making soft waves as you go. If you need to, use a large curling iron to make big waves throughout. When getting it cut, ask your stylist for long layers and side bangs to add a soft and sensual vibe.

To style, blow dry your hair and use rollers or curling iron to make bouncy curls. If your hair is naturally curly, add your favorite curling product and let it air dry. Then flip your hair over and tousle it for a carefree, sexy head full of voluminous curls.

You might have noticed a new color trend. Flamboyage is taking the world by storm.

But what exactly is flamboyage? Flamboyage technique differs from balayage in that balayage is applied with foil while flamboyage is applied with sticky strips.

These strips make it easier for the stylist to be more precise with the specific pieces that are to be colored.

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