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Balayage to bring in your Fall Look!

Balayage highlights originated in Parisian salons. This technique involves hair stylists literally painting pieces of hair with a color brush, and results in a natural look. The stylists chooses which strands of hair to highlight, using a smaller color brush for precision. Low-lighting can also be performed this way. 

Balayage is French for “to sweep” – and the trend is sweeping across salons! It’s a hair highlighting technique you’ve probably seen on your favorite celebrities & models and didn’t even know it! 

“Hair Painting” techniques- like Balayage- require the least amount of maintenance (meaning not-so-obvious- root grow out and longer time between appointments)! 

Many celebrities are opting for balayage highlights. A variety of looks can be created; for example styles consisting of curly layered hair where the tips of the layered curls are tinted in dramatic color- just by using a color brush to paint the ends of the hair with out needing any additional tools. Traditional balayage doesn’t use foils! The new technique of balayage is a healthier way to highlight your hair, and is a must-do style for the modern woman!Image

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  1. Balayage certainly is going to be big this 2014 and I personally love it. I think this is a great option for women who like to get some lowlights or highlights but are too afraid to go drastic such as an ombre. It definitely gives more pop to your hair, too, with some excellent streak of colors in there.

    January 16, 2014

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