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Sun-kissed hair in summer, more depth and saturation in winter: With this coloring technique, hair not only looks natural, it also looks a lot fresher.
Summer - how much we wish it back! Hot days, sultry nights, sun-kissed skin, freckles and beach waves: so much looks relaxed, casual and naturally glamorous in summer! The hair also takes on a lighter, warmer tone. However, a few highlights go particularly well with blondes for paler winter skin. You just turn the classic balayage around. The dyeing technique quickly becomes what is known as "fallayage".
The word is made up of "fall" (autumn) and "balayage" and describes a way of adding very natural highlights to hair. We have loved balayage for years. The natural look comes from the hands-free technique in which the hairdresser "paints" the strands in the hair.
Fallayage & Balayage: What's the Difference?
The dyeing technique is the same in both cases, but the colors are different. With the classic balayage, cool tones are used. For example, a blonde mane would be spiced up with platinum blonde strands like this.
Fallayage, on the other hand, thrives on warm undertones that make hair look sun-kissed but also saturated. Honey blonde, copper tones, and strawberry blonde are among these colors. That's why fallayage is also perfect for autumn and winter: The warm nuances complement the paler complexion and bring a little life to gray everyday life.
Women with a cooler skin color and who are pale all year round should still be careful and go for "ashier" browns instead of warm tones.