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Published on: 21 Mar 2017 by kalynakapur
With gradient hair taking center stage in the world of fashion attributed to both men and woman, it is fast becoming a significant part of the world of hair stylists. These days, nobody really likes to go for plain colored hair, and why not? With a plethora of hair styling and coloring options to bank on, it is no small wonder that the appeal lies somewhere else. It is indeed intriguing to see that the blondest of hair color and styles are fading out in comparison to balayage or ombre hair dye jobs.
Balayage vs. Ombre
Both these techniques of hair dye are quite popular in themselves. In most cases, laymen would find it tough to distinguish between these two styles. Here, we have tried to make a small comparative study to bring out the main between Balayage and Ombre. Before we proceed, you may want to understand what makes these two kinds of styles so much similar to each other. Both of them happen to employ slow-fade dyeing tricks and techniques that bring about gradual color transition instead of contrasting color changes. They integrate smoother color transitions than their counterparts and go long ways in keeping the users’ hair looking natural, regardless of the color used for dyeing purposes. Moreover, both of these techniques require low-maintenance and may go through weeks without the need of any touch-ups.
The Balayage technique is best executed freehand and includes the process of hand painting of hair that is placed against a backing board prior to covering the same with cellophane - for preventing the colors from draining into different sections of hair. Earlier on, foil paper was used for covering these painted strands of hair. It offers smooth, symmetrical and thicker hair styles with better color infusion than other techniques. Generally, the perfectly balanced combination of colors results in a coveted sun kissed look to make hair look naturally beautiful and radiant.
As per the experts at theperfecthairstyle.com, ombre gives off a starker contrast in context to lighter and darker hair sections. They are not as smooth and glorious as balayage hairstyles. Also, it fails to showcase random color placements that are common with balayage hair styling. In case of ombre, you will find that the roots are always dark, with the lighter sections starting out high; the lower sections feature dark streaks to soften the transition and also provide more depth to the overall look.
Which style will you adopt?