Balayage, hair painting,

ombres, and sombres

Balayage and hair painting are techniques that have been around for a couple of decades, but is increasingly becoming more and more popular, especially with celebrities.  Balayage or hair painting is the act of using free handed brush strokes to apply the highlights or hair color.  Balayage can be best used to create natural dimension, a fun pop of color, or even for natural grey blending.

Hair is sectioned off in the natural way hair will fall, and then the color of lightener will be brushed along the hair in a pattern that allows for a natural movement and add dimension in the hair.  There can be many effects with these techniques ranging from natural highlights, a dramatic ombre, or somewhere in the middle with a soft transitioned sombre.  Below are some pictures of different application methods and effects, as well as different articles about balayage.

I have been currently working with balayage since 2013, and continue to challenge myself with new techniques and patterns.  I specialize in "super-natural" blondes, and creating soft blended looks.  Book online for your balayage service or for a complimentary consultation regarding your hair goals.

April 14, 2017

With most balayage applications the color or lightness is concentrated at the mid to ends and the root area can see too dark.  With new application methods and even combining traditional foil highlights you can achieve an effect that is closer to the new growth of the...

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