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Balayage is a very popular hair treatment right now. It is basically making your hair fade from a darker root to a lighter end. Really, it is all about how the color is applied. The word “Balayage” comes from the French term “to sweep.” With a balayage coloring, all the hairs ends won’t necessarily be affected and the transition between dark and light will be much longer and more natural looking.

A similar treatment—and often confused—is a treatment called “ombré” or “ombre.” An ombré treatment is similar to balayage in that the coloring is a transition from dark to light, but the light part is at the tips. All the ends are colored and the transition is more sudden to the dark hair.

Regardless whether you want an ombré or balayage treatment, Allie’s Hair & Beauty Studio is the right place to come. Just call and set up a time to consult with Allie about your hair color treatment today!

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Jessica did a more natural balayage for her hair coloring. It looks like she just really likes the sun!

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Gina’s balayage treatment is striking with dark undertones and glistening highlights that really stand out in natural light.

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Which is better: balayage or ombré?

That’s a personal decision, but anyone can try either look, depending on your desired result. The two techniques can even be used together! They work on any hair color, too.

Choosing which one is right for you really depends on the look you’re trying to achieve. I can help you get a blonde, brown, red, rose gold or even a more vivid color look, like I did with Hannah (below). This is a rose gold

How soon can I get my hair a balayage treatment?

Call and I can tell you faster, but you can also click here for a direct link to my scheduling calendar. If there

Why does hair get "brassy"? (yellow, orange or red tones)

Brassiness happens when the bleaching or lifting doesn’t get rid of all the underlying pigment in your hair. It’s your natural hair color trying to come back through, without some pigments. A good toner treatment can help. Call Allie to talk about it today.

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10691 S State St.
Suite 126
Sandy, UT 84070

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