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Introducing the Ombre hair color trend! Traditional ombre – where the top of the hair is dark and the bottom is light, with slight blending between
The French-termed hair trend features darker, more natural hues at the roots with gradually-dyed lightening at the ends. But it doesn’t stop there, it doesn’t always have to be the expected brown to blonde transition, you can add crazy colors like blue, purple, pink; or reverse the ombre trend with lighter roots to darker ends or go for a brown to red color transition, the combinations are only limited by your imagination, the possibilities are endless!
Ombre hair coloring is not limited to long hair, looks great on medium-length and short hair too!
The newest incarnation of the ombre trend is called “Sombre” – it’s ombre hair, but softer (or more subtle). Lighter pieces are being taken up higher, particularly around the face, and the lower lengths of the hair have ribbons of colour running through creating a more natural look.
Mermaid hair for the summer🌊 created by hair stylist Reva Haga @hairbyreva, using Aveda Color. Gorgeous hair color gradient from aveda blonde to green, blue, purple and red!
Amazing hair color using Paul Mitchell synchrolift and a wonderful cocktail of Pravana Vivid in pink, teal, blonde and purple created by Sarah Castillo Hairstylist and Make Up Artist @sarahpeesh #pravanavivids #pravanacolorcocktails #paulmitchellsynchrolift #blondehighlights #blondehair #tealhair #pinkhair #purplehair #curls #sarahcastillohair #handmsalon #btcpics
Gorgeous purple to pink ombre curls created using various different Pravana color by Barber/Stylist Valerie D @val_the719barber Before and after – from blonde to a bright purple to pink ombre: Valerie D Barber/Stylist at The One Stop Shop Barber and Salon. 2380 Hancock Expressway.
Platinum blonde hair color with ends in dark purple using Joico Intensity Indigo hair color:
Beautiful pastel purple and silver hair colro created by hair stylist Becky Marinich: She requested a gradient pastel look with variations of lightness and darkness. I mixed Joico Color Intensity Clear Mixer to Indigo 4 to 1 at roots to blend into style. Then