The problem with balayage is that can all get too much. I’ll bet you never thought you’d hear me say that!
Is there any hair colour that looks quite so beautiful as a little girl’s multi-tonal locks at the end of the summer? All those gorgeous sun-kissed tones reflecting in the light with a shimmering effect that’s complemented by stunning lightness framing the front.
Wasn’t summer great? The heat wave that lasted for weeks and weeks, a welcome break from all the chat about Brexit, the World Cup! Not to mention how much better you looked.
As someone who LOVES commercial hair colour, I’m so excited to tell you that it’s all about natural-looking hair colour right now.
January has seen me take my Balayage revolution class on the road, already i’ve been in Cork and Newcastle. The response has been huge and heartwarming. People and the industry are more aware of the technique now, looking back at the last few years and it has really taken off here in the UK. There is still some confusion about what Balayage is, and in it’s classic form it’s a highlighting technique, but slowly we are over coming that. I believe its the fear of going close to the scalp that frightens hairdressers the most, colour bleeding on the scalp has never been a pretty look, and this is certainly part of the focus in my classes.