Balayage Highlights Hair Color

By on July 2, 2013

Make your dream of having a sun-kissed hair come true thanks to natural looking balayage hair highlights! Read below and find out more about this easy hair coloring technique!

Balayage Highlights Hair Color

Balayage Hair Highlights

Balayage hair highlights represent a special hair coloring technique that many famous stars like Jessica Biel, Drew Barrymore and Rachel Bilson use in order to have a natural look.
One of the best things about balayage is that it’s really easy to maintain and looks more natural. In fact this style used to be very popular in the 80’s and now is back again to embellish your look and emphasize your natural beauty!

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Balayage Hair Highlights at Home

In order to reach the desired results at home you have to do two main things. First of all it is necessary to use the right tools and second to the time the dye should be left on.
Before you start make sure that your hair hasn’t been washed in about 24 hours, because you need the natural oil to protect your scalp. What you have to do next is to pick strands around the face and the crown and stay away from roots. Separate each strand with the use of a plastic pad and apply the color with the use of a tint brush. At this point you may use thick strands of cotton to keep your colored hair separated while you wait.
If we compare balayage hair highlights with ombre hair, we can notice that there aren’t many differences as both are easy to maintain but balayage works perfectly even with one shade while ombre needs lowlights as well in order to look rightly done.

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See also: Ombre Hair Highlights: Jessica Biel’s Ombre Hair Tips

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