Watch my video tutorial on how to do Ombre' Hair…..
Ombre' hair color can vary from person to person. The main idea is that the hair starts darker at the roots and gets lighter towards the ends in a blended fashion. You can go really extreme with this look by going from a really dark hair color in the roots to a lighter blonde on the ends. It can also be blended and natural looking as if you've spent a lot of time in the sun, but your hair has grown out to give you that root look without the line of demarcation.
In this tutorial I am going to show you more natural blended Ombre' Hair.
Its Beautiful, I'm learning lots of techniques watching your tutorials, I am very grateful that you are sharing this.ReplyDelete
This turned out so pretty. I would love to see some ombré on lighter blondes (lev 6-7) as it's common to see it done on brunettes so I could use some inspiration. Also, can you possibly show some balayage?ReplyDelete
Thank so much for this tutorial, I used it for my own blog post & made sure to share it! Ours didn't look nearly as professional as yours, but we're still happy with the results:ReplyDelete
Ombre' hair color can vary from person to person. The main idea is that the hair starts darker at the roots and gets lighter towards the ends in a blended fashion. Societic Hair GöteborgReplyDelete
IF a person already color their hair 3N all over and now want to have a 5WB all over color instead, what is the best way to remove their 3N color? Can we use a diluted bleach to remove their 3N color?ReplyDelete