Ombre Hair Colour
Basically the ombre look is a dip dyed effect where the ends of your hair are coloured lighter than the root area. It’s a bespoke look that we tailor to our individual clients hairstyle and personal requirements.
Originally it was a look that was not for the faint hearted – championed by Nicola Roberts, Alexa Chung, Drew Barrymore, Jessie Jay, and Sarah Jessica Parker. It can look as if you really have dipped your head in paint, but at Bliss we have devised special techniques to create a version of the look ready for the new season – this time around the ombre hair trend is more natural, with a seamless blend from the colour at your root to the shade on the ends which gives a far more natural and delicate ombre or dip-dye finish.
New from Bliss for SS 2014 is a techniques we have devised called ‘stretched roots’. This is the new ombre dip dye that is much closer to the roots and while still just as effective on longer hair – it works particularly well on short styles
On shorter looks it can be achieved with natural biscuit blonde worked through in panels like this look below created by Bliss stylist Paul.
Moving away from the sun-kissed highlights look, we are recommending richer, woodier shades of oak and mahogany at the roots, working to pale toffee and butterscotch shades on the ends – this gives a beautiful colour result that is effortlessly now.
The great thing our clients at Bliss love about this hair colour service are that its low maintenance and easily changed. Ombre hair colour and dip dye will be an important trend this year as more people continue to find low cost ways of changing their looks.
So there you have it, you need to get fabulous ombré hair! With some of the key hair fashionistas rocking this look, it’s clear that the ombré trend is here to stay. If you want to liven up your locks with colour for the new season, pick up the phone to arrange a visit to Bliss hair salon today and we will be happy to show you a bespoke take on this look just for you.
Some Bliss Hair created ombre, dip-dye and two tone hair colours –