Balayage is one of the most popular hair trends reining supreme right now. Unlike traditional highlighting methods that use foils or caps, in this case, the colour is painted directly onto the hair. This technique creates soft, more natural-looking colour-whether you want traditional blondes and browns or even more wild options.
While we always love blondes and browns, we’ve also made a list of our favourite experimental balayage colours.
This bold mix of blonde and orange has been one of the trendiest colours this year. Like all colours, there are many options within the blorange spectrum-ranging from bright and dramatic to more copper and strawberry blonde.
In the same vein as blorange, this colour is more on the pink side. This is a great option for those wanting a pop of pinkish colour without being too bright or overwhelming. This colour is extremely versatile and works well on warm and cool skin tones.
Ashy blonde has mad a major style comeback lately! This technique follows the traditional balayage method, but with more ashy undertones and lowlights. The result can vary from a pearly-blonde to an ice-blonde depending on your style preferences.
Balayage isn’t just for those looking for lighter colours. By mixing lighter blondes with darker browns, this option adds an edgy, Y2K-inspired twist on a classic balayage. This is a great option for anyone who tends to go longer in between colours.
If you’re looking for something more fun and out of the ordinary, than mermaid-inspired hair colours are your new best friend. There are a variety of sea-inspired colours for you to choose from, including purples, blues, greens, turquoise, and even a combination of these.