Do Not Get Highlights Without Reading This First
Still mixing up balayage with ombre? A celeb stylist breaks down everything you need to know about the highlighting process
"Ombre, in hair color terms, refers to going from dark to light. Sarah Jessica Parker I think was the first one -- way, way back -- with "Sex and the City" -- when she just had some roots. Gradually, though, the trend caught on and got more extreme, with women wearing super dark roots, and super blonde highlighted mid-lengths and ends." To get this look, your stylist will lighten the lower half of your hair using traditional highlighting foils, leaving your natural roots and color intact. If you want less of the two-toned, dip-dyed look, then you're probably better off with ...
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