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If you have heard a lot of women talking about the balayage hair coloring technique, you may want to know what it is and what it looks like. It is one of the trendiest hair coloring techniques around.

If you have been thinking about coloring your hair with this method, professional hairstylists can achieve the balayage look on you using their years of experience and skills.

First, what is the difference between highlights and balayage?

When a client gets traditional highlights, the bleach is often applied to a few strands and is spread from the root to the ends of the hair, but it usually not as natural. However, the balayage technique gives off a more natural, but dramatic appearance. It is a French technique of coloring patches of your hair.

The stylist separates your hair into sections, dips the dye brush into the bleach and then paints it onto a few strands of hair at a time to give it a bit of a sweeping appearance. The lighter color does not necessarily start at the roots throughout the entire head of hair.

The good news is that it does not take too long to get the look, but the exact amount of time it takes depends on how fast the stylists works as well as the length and thickness of your hair.

From DARK to ash BLONDE Ombre & Balayage – NO brassy tones

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There is a major reason why so many women absolutely love this coloring technique. Not only does it look natural, but also it is trendy and beautiful. It allows women to have more than one beautiful color in their hair at the same time. And, there are so many different colors that can be used together to create a stunning look.

For example, some women will have a combination of brown and blonde hair. However, there are other women who may prefer something a bit bolder and exciting, such as black and pink, brown and purple or even black and green.

If you are interested in changing the look of your own hair, this is a coloring technique to consider.

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