Blog Trend: Ombre Hair
Celebrities were among the first to adopt ombre hair color. On catwalks, we now see the hair of models in bright ombre signal colors. By contrast, bloggers worldwide prefer color transitions between dark chocolate and tawny brown for their ombre hair. We like to show you examples of their beautifully shaded ombre hair
Ombre hair is the light version of dip dyed hair. Instead of the abrupt color change about midway between roots and ends, ombre or shaded hair gradually transitions from darker to lighter shades and values of the same hue. Starting at ear level, ombre hair color usually changes from dark to lighter shades at the hair ends. Often the hair closer to the head shows darker shades of brunette or dark blonde, while the hair gradually and softly turns lighter toward the ends.
Ombre hair is the ideal solution if you want to spice up your look without a complete color change. The color play makes brave bobs look up to date, and even beach waves and curls appear sophisticated in combination with ombre hair. Color shading adds interest to many hairstyles and can turn humdrum styles into eye-catchers.
Who Looks Good with Ombre Hair?
Ombre hair looks quite natural and therefore suits most women and styles, especially since the shades may include the natural hair color. Due to the natural look, the color needs a touch-up only every three or four months, which makes wearing ombre hair fairly convenient.
Ombre hair mimics the new growth of color-treated hair. Frequent color touch-ups are therefore unnecessary. Providing the natural hair color blends with the ombre color scheme, only the portion of the hair close to the ends needs color touch-ups.
The lighter ends of ombre hair look as if they were bleached by the summer sun and therefore the look conjures up the glorious days of summer and endless fun at the beach.