Ombre is a natural blending of colour. Usually the roots are darker-either natural or tinted- going through to lighter ends. A soft natural sun-kissed look can be achieved with this technique. The influence is from wearing your long hair piled up high throughout the summer, the sun naturally lightening the ends and leaving the roots dark.
We can recreate this look for you. It is low maintenance and can be refreshed with a toner and the roots can be touched up when needed. We mainly use a pre-lightening product to lift the hair to the desired level. The products we use are the highest quality and the integrity of the hair is paramount.
The hair world borrowed the term ‘Ombre’ from the french word meaning shaded or shading. Ombre hair color is generally darker at the roots through the mid-shaft and then gradually gets lighter from the mid-shaft to the ends. It is usually achieved using a balayage technique.
Two-tone hair colour remains popular. So far, mostly brunettes embraced the trend. Not to be left out, blondes now reverse the shading from light to darker ends. In our gallery, popular stars show attractive ombre colouring choices for blondes.
Are you blonde and want to spice up your hair colour? Give reverse ombre hair colouring a try! In terms of colour, the word ombre refers to shading from light to dark, dark to light or from one colour to another. So far, mostly brunettes embraced hair colour transitions from dark to light. Now, blondes have joined the trend by colouring the hair ends in a darker shade. The transition to a darker shade usually starts at ear level.