30+ Pretty Balayage Hair Color Ideas To Try This Season

“What is a balayage?”. you will be thinking of is coloring your hair with this technique. How about you to learn more about this trend?

Balayage, it is a buzz word today, but not everyone knows its definition.

Balayage is a French hair coloring technique where the color is painted on the hair by hand as opposed to the old school highlighting methods with foils and cap highlighting. And we owe this technique to colorists from France who developed it in the 70-s.

Balayage is those sweet dimensional plays of colors that make the hair look so alive and dynamic.
The free-hand application allows to achieve a more natural and modern effect with subtle transitions between the chosen hues, whether blonde, brunette, red or unnatural colors, such as popular pastels and even neons

1. Long Waves Balayage

Long hair, tumbling curls and caramel highlights make for a timeless Balayage tones really add texture and depth to your hair. One of the best things about balayage is it that it is more subtle than ombre and is a bit more stylish than just your average highlights or lowlights.

2. Medium Hairstyles with Balayage

Medium hair looks especially stunning with balayage tones as they can add so much depth and dimension to shoulder length locks.
This collage of shades inspires and leaves us staring at all of the different tones. A wavy finish really shows off this masterpiece.As always, unless you are planning to dye all of your hair a new base color, it is recommended to only go a few shades darker or lighter than your base hair color.

3. Balayage Hair for Short Hair

If you think that balayage tones will not work with shorter tresses, you couldn’t be more mistaken! Highlights that have a reddish nuance flatter deep brunettes amazingly.If you think your shorter locks are boring, balayage effects will add more depth, texture, and body to your short hairstyle!

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