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Shatush, Ombre and Balayage – What’s The Difference

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Ombre or shatush? And maybe balayazh? If you decide to dye your hair, you will inevitably have to deal with a lot of coloring techniques and find your own. To avoid confusion, we selected the most popular coloring methods and talked about their features and differences. Now it will not be difficult for you to understand how paint is applied and how much of the length will be involved. Making the right choice is easy! Getting started!

Ombre Hair Color

Ombre Hair Color Shatush, Ombre and Balayage - What's The Difference

This coloring technique involves the transition from one color to another. The border of shades is located approximately in the middle of the length of the hair, clearly visible and does not erode in length. As a rule, the roots leave a natural shade of hair, or even make them darker, and the tips brighten. Light shades are not the limit. Here you can freely experiment with color, creating extravagant images.

Sombre Hair Color

Sombre Hair Color Shatush, Ombre and Balayage - What's The Difference

As in the previous case, we are talking about the transition of one shade to another. However, sombre suggests a uniform, natural color transition, blurred in length. Actually this is what the name sombre = soft ombre says. Or “soft” ombre. Indeed, this coloring looks very natural and creates the effect of sun-bleached hair. And again the classics – dark roots and light ends.

Flash Light Hair Color

Flash Light Hair Color Shatush, Ombre and Balayage - What's The Difference
The original sounds like “splash light”. The trick of the coloring is to create a bright horizontal strip along the perimeter of the head, which creates the illusion of a ray of light falling on the hair. Particularly harmoniously, this solution looks on blond hair, however, the dark-haired beauties do not neglect such coloring, creating truly spectacular and memorable images.


Balayazh Shatush, Ombre and Balayage - What's The Difference

The essence of technology in obtaining the effect of burnt hair and the use of several shades. In most cases, using 2-3 related natural hair color tint. Coloring is suitable for almost everyone, even for girls with shoulder-length hair. In this case, the coloring gives the hair a visual volume. Here it is assumed the application of the form “V”, connecting the two sections in one at the ends. Such coloring creates soft play and glare on the hair.


Blour Shatush, Ombre and Balayage - What's The Difference

This amazing technique gives an incredible game of color. Two shades are applied to the hair along the entire length, mix them and get a third one. The result is three distinct shades, while the transition between them is smooth and subtle. Here you can experiment with related tones and with contrasting ones. Since the technique involves a complex application and mixing of colors, you need a very sensible colorist.


Shatush Shatush, Ombre and Balayage - What's The Difference

Perhaps the most gentle method of staining. Perfect for shy persons. After all, sometimes the result is barely visible. The wizard again creates the effect of burnt hair. They are combed over the entire length and carefully put paint, alternating dark and light strands. We get light, barely perceptible glare of light, lost in the hair.


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