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Don't want to keep re-dyeing? Then ask your hairdresser about the balayage technique. What it can do - and inspiration for your new hair color!
I've been blonde since I was 14 years old. All right: I was born a blonde. But at some point the color turned mouse gray - and I started coloring. Only the offspring were so bad that I switched to more subtle highlights. Nevertheless: After four weeks at the latest, I look like "Maya the Bee" and have to go to the hairdresser's to dye. That costs time - and unfortunately also a lot of money.
What is balayage?
The color is, so to speak, “swept” into the hair (balayer) - no other technique is used so freely. The big advantage: The color is never applied directly to the roots, but rather the highlights are gently worked into the lengths. This means that the offspring cannot be seen so clearly, it will take longer before you have to dye the next time. In addition, the result is wonderfully natural - as if your hair had been lightened a little by the sun. And, another highlight: Since the highlights are drawn into the hair "free hand" with a brush, the foil technique is no longer necessary. In a word: the balayage technique does not take as long at the hairdresser's as classic strands of foil.
Inspirations for your new hair color
Are you looking for a new hair color? We checked out the prettiest balayage dyes on Instagram - it's very likely that your new shade will be among them: