Balayage hair colour explained at Steven Scarr hairdressing salon in Coxhoe, Durham
Balayage hair colour continues to take the hair world by storm – but why is balayage hair colour so popular? This beautiful, low-maintenance colouring technique is the ideal way of accentuating your hairstyle and your facial features. The team of experienced hair colourists at Steven Scarr hair salon in Coxhoe, Durham continually receive professional training to learn the latest trends and techniques to deliver the best hair colour service and advice possible.
What is Balayage Hair Colour?
Balayage provides a sun kissed natural looking hair colour that avoids a hard regrowth line. Your stylist can apply the colour directly onto the hair or as foil highlights for a bespoke look. This on-trend hair colouring technique allows you to have a low maintenance colour that is tailor made for you.
From soft pastel balayage, to vibrant copper balayage & smoky grey hues, there is sure to be the perfect shade for you.
What shades of colour can I have with balayage?
There are a number of different hair colour shades you can pick when opting for balayage. The secret is to keep the overall result soft without noticeable regrowth lines. You can always choose to have a more daring balayage hair colour if you wish such as – deep purple with a darker root or silver-grey blending into lighter ends.
Balayage hair colour options are endless – from warm, caramel tones, golden brown shades to ashy, icy blonde hair colours – or for something more vibrant why not try a copper balayage?
What other names are balayage known by?
Babylights, ombre, root stretch and colour melting are often confused with balayage. Baby lights are really fine highlights that give the effect that your hair has been kissed by the sun while root stretching or root shadowing is where a darker shade of colour is applied to the root area and smudged down the hair to blend with the balayage highlights.
Ombre gives a more obvious blend of colour normally with a darker root fading into lighter ends.
How should I prepare for my balayage hair colour appointment?
The balayage hair colouring specialists in Durham‘s Steven Scarr hair salon suggest bringing lots of photos with you to show your stylist the exact shade you are hoping to achieve. We can then advise on colours that suit your skin tone and we think will suit your hair type.
Please note if you are thinking of having a drastic hair colour change such as changing your dark hair colour to a lighter blonde you may need several visits to the salon. We will guide you through what can be achieved from the outset and plan your colour transformation.
Are there any ‘downsides’ to having balayage?
Balayage is a colour that grows out well and requires little upkeep. To prolong the life of your colour you may need a toner applied to keep your hair colour looking fresh and vibrant. At Steven Scarr hair salon in Coxhoe, Durham we suggest investing in salon professional home haircare to keep your hair nourished and in healthy condition.
Do you have any offers on hair colour in the Durham area?
Keep checking our salon offers page for last minute hair appointments in Coxhoe. Our late salon deals often have discounts on colour services as well as hair cuts & conditioning treatments.
Why is Steven Scarr the best salon in Coxhoe, Durham for balayage?
We are proud suppliers of Wella professional hair colour – a brand that is recognised worldwide for its long lasting, fade resistant hair colours. We specialise in delivering beautiful, highlights and balayage hair colouring and are confident we deliver the best hair colours in Coxhoe.