Things You Should Know Before Making Balayage!
You have chosen one of the balayage models and you are planning to get a wonderful balayage hair color . So how much do you know about balayage? We have listed the things you need to know before balayage so that the result is not disappointing after you have your hair balayed . If you’re ready, here we go! 🙂
What is balayage?
Light-colored glitters applied to the lengths and ends of the hair are called balayage. Hair gets a very natural shine with balayage applied on natural hair color or on dyed hair color if desired. For this reason, those who like natural looks and hair colors that look like they have been opened from the sun prefer them.
How to make a balayage?
Balayage is applied to the surface of the hair and to certain strands. It is not applied to the roots of the hair, but rather to the lengths and ends. Thus, a very soft, natural-looking transition is achieved between the base hair color and the balayage color. Unlike highlighting and ombre, it is neither applied to the ends of the hair like ombre, nor is it applied from the roots of the hair like highlighting. It is applied to certain strands of hair, ends and lengths.
How to make a balayage?
Balayage can be applied with hair dyes and lighteners . Of course, the quality of the products used at this point is also very important for a good result.
Things to consider before getting balayage:
Let’s get to the things you need to know before getting a balayage!
Professional balayage with the right products
You need to make sure that balayage is done with the right products . If it is not done with the right products, both your hair can be damaged and hair color can be damaged, especially in the balayage model made on dyed hair .
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In order to prevent this situation, we recommend that you have a balayage done by an expert hairdresser, who you are sure of using professional products. Our recommendation is to have your balayage done at a hairdresser using L’Oréal Professionnel products INOA and Smartbond Bond Enhancer .
After dyeing the hair with ammonia-free and oil-based INOA , shiny hair colors emerge. Hair looks glamorous with the coloring system that activates the color pigments called ODS2 it contains with the rich texture of the oil.
Likewise, the L’Oréal Professionnel Smartbond Bond Enforcing service prevents damage to the hair while the hair color is lightening. The hair is opened without damage and fraying, and the hair color looks great after bleaching!
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While you are having a balayage, we recommend that you find out if the hairdresser you go to has Smartbond Bond Enforcing service and if they use INOA hair dye .
Balayage selection suitable for hair color
Balayage is a coloring technique that does not require bottom paint in terms of its use, as it is not applied to the bottoms. If you are going to have a balayage for the first time, we recommend that you choose the appropriate color of balayage over your current hair color.
If your hair color is in brown tones, you can choose light brown, blond or caramel tones, and if you are brunette, you can choose dark red balayage styles.
Those who want more intense balayage at the ends prefer the crepe balayage technique. Thus, a more radiant, reflective hair color appears at the ends.
Ombre, unlike balayage, is applied only to the ends of the hair. However, when balayage is made, when the transition from one color to another is more evident in certain tufts, as in ombre, it is called ombre balayage.
Caramel colored balayage is one of the most preferred looks lately. You can dazzle with your shine by choosing this look. 🙂
How to care for balayage hair?
If you have discolored hair, oranges in lightened hair color, and unwanted hot reflections after balayage, we recommend using purple shampoo. We think L’Oréal Professionnel Série Expert Blondifier Cool Shampoo and conditioner is just for you!