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This was one of the trending request for hairstylist last year. Ombré is a hair coloring technique that display a gradient effect from the roots to the ends. The style is generally darker at the roots through the mid-shaft and then gradually gets lighter from the mid-shaft to the ends. Some people get this look from growing out their dyed hair, others achieve this look from going to a salon getting balayage highlights. Balayage is a free form highlighting technique. Powder lightener is generally used to paint individual strands of hair. This create a more natural look than normal highlighting. Many people go with this option to achieve the natural style that involves low-maintanence. If you're getting an ombré from the salon be sure to request balayage for a more softer highlight. Interesting fact: The term "Ombré" is actually derived from a French word meaning "shade" or "shading."
@maymay75 If you ever decide to try it, go with balayage ombré. It's a softer blend!
I've always wanted to try ombré hair, but I'm afraid it'll won't look good with my dark hair.