What Is Balayage

What Is Balayage

Visit  for the Best Balayage & Ombré GOLSON Group Hair Salon in Milton Keynes 

New Year is a great time to update your look.  If you are after a new Balayage or Ombre hair colour, you can trust your hair to the experts at GOLSON Group hair salon in Milton Keynes. Book in for a complimentary hair colour consultation where one of our colour technicians will explain the process, price and what can realistically be achieved with your hair.

Continue reading to find out more about the Balayage and Ombre hair colour techniques.

Beautiful Balayage Hair Colours

Balayage is a French technique of colouring hair that became fashionable in the 90s, with which you get a uniform distribution of light in your hair. The word “balayage” means to sweep and it is precisely like this, sweeping the colour from the root to the ends, as a natural and luminous look is achieved .

For this, your stylist uses a brush with which  the dye is applied on the strands. Then the hair is covered with transparent film and left to act.

The Best Ombré & Sombré Hair Colours in Milton Keynes

The word ombré is derived from the French term for ‘shadow’. It can be identified due to the harsh transition in hair color from the growth of dark hair reaching the middle and tips in a lighter shade. 

Sombré is the same as the ombré only that the ‘s’ that goes before means soft, which implies that there is not so much difference between tones. 

Ombré or Balayage – Which Hair Colour Is Right For Me?

Whether you’re after a natural-looking sun-kissed balayage, a dramatic ombré hair colour, or a cool sombre look, our hair colour technicians have been highly trained to apply the colour to achieve the look you’re after. We will create a hair colour look personalized to your style and skin tone.

 

Balayage & Ombré Hair Colour Appointments at GOLSON Group Salon in Milton Keynes 

Book in for a hair colour consultation with our hair colour experts at GOLSON Group Salon in Milton Keynes ,so we can work out a plan for your hair. Don’t forget that you will need a skin sensitivity patch test 48 hours prior to your colour appointment if you have not had your hair coloured before (or in the past six months or more).

 


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