Balayage is the only style you should be getting this winter; it’s cost effective and low maintenance and a great alternative to highlights. You still get that sun kissed effect on your hair, but less of the damage. Once you get balayage the effect can last up to 8 months, the regrowth lines are much softer. Traditional highlights can give you that stripy look where balayage is a lot softer and can look very natural.
Here are some ideas to get you started.
Warm up your dark hair with some hints of caramel. If you have natural dark hair, but want to add some color, without a lot of re-growth then aim for this caramel balayage look.
Adding some balayage to your naturally blond hair will give it the lift it needs. Winter blond can sometimes look a little dull and washed out so this can give your style the boost it needs.
Your curls can also use some color to add some depth to your natural style. Keep the roots dark and add some lighter, natural color to the middle and ends.
Short Hair Balayage
If you have shorter hair you don’t have to miss out on this trend. It looks good on every hair length and it will add some color to your hair this winter.
Give your winter dark dull hair some chestnut balayage. The subtle color change from dark brown to chestnut at the ends really makes a difference to your style.