Your new balayage look
Who is balayage suitable for? Balayage is suitable for just about any hair color - whether you want to lighten a dark brown, a golden blonde or a fiery red. It's also suitable for any hair length - whether you have a beautiful long mane or a sassy long bob.
BalayageBalayage is currently the most modern coloring technique , which everyone wants to wear. Even among celebrities, the elaborate strand technique is very popular. Gisele Bündchen, Blake Lively or Jennifer Lopez - they all already wear the very natural balayage look.
What is meant by a balayage?
Balayage comes from the French and translated means "sweep". It is an elaborate and modern coloring technique for the hair, with which you can achieve a natural look, as if the sun had kissed the hair.
How is a balayage done?
Balayage is a highlighting technique, it is brushed on the hair, strand by strand, freehand, with the hair color quite naturally.Since each strand must be carefully incorporated by hand, this coloring technique is more elaborate and therefore cheaper than conventional foil strands.
The difference between foil strands and balayage?
With balayage, the hair is divided into thicker, thinner or fewer strands and painstakingly brushed freehand onto each strand of hair. Another difference from foil highlights is that the balayage strands are not colored continuously from the roots.
For whom is a balayage suitable?
Balayage is suitable for just about any hair color - whether you want to lighten a dark brown, a golden blonde or a fiery red. It's also suitable for any hair length - whether you have a beautiful long mane or a sassy long bob. A balayage lasts up to 4-6 months and has the advantage that you keep the modern "sun kissed" look when growing out. It doesn't get more natural than that!Also the hair care may not be missing! A frequent moisturizing mask and color protecting hair care products will not only help protect your hair, but will bring out your balayage look perfectly. There are countless Balayage techniques including Low Lights, Ombré, Baby Lights, Sombré and many more....
Which technique is used for which hair, is specifically discussed together at an individual consultation appointment.we have piqued your interest? Then book a non-binding free consultation appointment today and we will conjure up a beautiful balayage for you very soon!