February 23rd, 2018
Colouring our tresses in somewhat a life-long fascination all girls and women carry in their head. It may be going all out or getting highlights; we have all been there and done that. New into the market is the hair colour trend Ombre features. It has become a range and is quite popular amongst the celebrities as well as models and regular people.
Before stepping into the business of decoding ombre features, let us first understand what does an ombre hair colour mean?
The ombre trend was invented in the year 2000 by Aaliyah the hair stylist. In French, it means shaded. It is a hair colouring technique, where the hair is dyed in a subtle gradual fade from black at the roots to lighter towards the hair tips. Even though it has been around since 2000, it has come into prominence since, the last few years when a few celebrities popularised this hair colouring trend. This hair colour technique usually involves the gradual blending of one hair colour with another to create a hue, moving the tints and shades from light to dark in colour. Lighter on the middle part of the hair and going darker as the hair approaches its full length. This hair trend has been popular as of 2010 and a ton of celebrities such as Beyoncé, Nicole Kidman and Lauren Conrad have abided by this fashion trend for years now.
This season colour your hair in the ombre fashion using shades like fiery red, neon orange, electric blue or soft blonde. Be hipster and look dapper. The best feature of an ombre hair styling technique is that it does not colour anywhere near the roots, so there are less chances of hair fall and grey hair.