HairOmbre Hair: Inspiration to Bring to the Salon
  • Ombré locks seem like they're usually targeting brunette girls who want to spice things up again, but that doesn't mean redheads can't get in on the fun. Tawny blondish-brown ends make "strawberry then blonde" a look to love.

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  • An ombré-highlight mix, this look brings new meaning to the phrase "high-low."

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  • This look forgoes harsh blonde ends for a more subtle effect, and we're a fan of anything that takes less bleach to happen.

    Image via Pinterest; Source: Box No. 216

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  • Ready your flower crowns: With an ombré this subtle and piece-y, street photographers may just follow you down the sidewalk (the price of truly great hair).

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  • Who says brown is boring? We're in love with the golden-brown ends that leave more obvious ombré jobs in the dust.

    Image via Pinterest; Source: Neil George Blog

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  • Just a touch lighter than her natural color, we love this look both because it probably takes less time and bleach to achieve, and because it's completely gorgeous.

    Image via Pinterest; Source: The Berry

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  • The prettiest looks are often the most subtle. Try for just enough of a gradient color change that people are left wondering why you look so great.

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  • Or take a hint from this look, and opt for longer-than-usual ombré pieces. Imagine the braiding possibilities! 

    Image via Pinterest; Source: Neil George Blog

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  • Face-framing highlights are practically scientifically-proven to draw attention to your face, while such a great ombré job will keep people staring as you walk away.

    Image via Pinterest; Source: Box No. 216

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  • Or, there's the reverse red-head. Brown usually has hints of auburn in it, so play them up with beautiful reddish-brown ends.

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Ombre Hair: Inspiration to Bring to the Salon




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