14 Balayage on Black Hair

This look is a beautiful ash balayage that’s lived in. You can create the most realistic transition from dark to light by using the teasylighting method (one of my favorites) and adding natural dimension to a blonde. The biggest thing about this look is that it’s high contrast and you’re having the best of both worlds. Without all the upkeep you get a beautiful blonde. What I really think is the best thing of color lived-in! I will honestly recommend this kind of coloring to most of my clients. There are so many options for this technique and it tends to look different on every hair type. Patience is a virtue that would be my key word of advice! Often a few sessions are needed to achieve this look, but it’s so worth it! Auburn Red on Black Hair

My client visited her straight hair in search of an auburn balayage. We had colored her hair to level 4/5 before, and I knew we would have to take some of the old colors out to get an auburn hue. I have opted to use a natural level 5 at the root and test the rest with a low volume. Balayage is supposed to be a long-lasting color but it’s so hard to keep auburn and red! I also recommend a gloss before her next appointment to intensify the color! Use a color-proof shampoo and conditioner as well. I love Color Proof practically!

Caramel hair color

A with owner This look is a dry, long-shattered caramel balayage. One of my favorite things about coloring this technique on dark hair is that it offers the lighter look that many dark-haired guests want without the drawbacks that the same guests are dealing with. A more gentle style of hair color can be used by remaining within 2-3 shades of their natural hair, preventing damage and maintaining beautiful healthy shiny hair. The soft warm color is typically not only less maintenance, but also prevents the effect of brassy orange-y, which is the arch nemesis of so many dark hair guests. Cutting is one of my favorite long thick hair cuts. This respects the urge of guests to play this long while incorporating the extra fashion-forward touch that may be missing in some long hair. Maintaining a strong perimeter line at the bottom and creating long textured layers throughout the interior makes movement possible and removes the bulk. It also makes it more visible for those gentle beachy waves. To add lift and face framing finishes off the look, ding extra pronounced layering around the front! It is particularly important to analyze the face shape when deciding where to start the front face-framing layers. It is best to start those face-framing layers between the edge of the eye and the upper cheek if you try to emphasize eyes and cheekbones. If you’re concerned about drawing attention to face width, it’s best to start those face-framing layers between cheek and chin and make sure they slope away from the face instead of cupping towards it.

Ash Brown Balayage

This look is a rooted balaying of dimensions. For so many of my clients, I really love this look because it gives them all those softly colored pieces with hints of their natural base. This is fantastic because it is highly flexible and low maintenance. You may simply add more light or dark bits over time to change the whole look subtly. This colors look great on a lot of cuts but particularly a layered cut so it shows all that dimension and the dark and lightness within when you style (especially curl). It will take a couple of sessions to reach depending on how dark your hair is. You always want to keep your hair’s dignity in mind. It’s not always possible to get someone super light in one session and do it in stages will ensure the quality of your hair remains intact and you get the look you’ve been dreaming of while keeping it clean and clear!

Purple scanning

This violet scanning is perfect for dark hair. This violet tone blends in beautifully and effortlessly with dark hair whether it’s a layered cut or one length. Bold enough, but not clear enough. What I love most about this color is that it brightens the hue of the hair. Bleaching on dark hair is required to display the color. The hair was probably not previously painted with dark colors. Olaplex is one of the best products to help improve color service security and repair. To help keep the color clean and clear, daily violet color treatment is recommended for home care.

This look is an ombrated high contrast scanner. This includes the gradual transformation of a dark core into a very white blonde. With a face picture, the cut is a long layered look. It was then completed with a 1.25-inch iron and sprayed with a volumizer spray texture and some serum.

Hairdresser Colorist Subtle Light Brown Balayage

Since my client is a first-time vibrant client, I went with a color that would give her less contrast than a pastel or something like that but would pop enough to stand out in a crowd. Is my 1 styled? Curling iron to give a more siren-like sound to live-in waves! I love the mess that was brought together! You really want to be the kind of person who doesn’t wash their hair very often for this kind of look. Treatment is the biggest key to a vivid long-lasting light. Cold water sulfate deep-conditioning shampoos heat shield treatments and daily trimming. This is the best for some people because you’re essentially washing (maybe every 3 days or more) and having the longest lasting results! If you’ve got dark hair at first consider starting with a dark vivid color and working your way more pastel if that’s your end goal otherwise you’re at risk of major hair damage!

As the gods came down from above! Love this combination of organic light and dark colors. Hair Style