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Hair salon in Harris County, Texas

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Patrice Hair Designs in Tomball outside of Houston, TX was built with a focus on catering luxury level hair service and developing authentic relationships with her clients. Patrice prides her business due to her loyal customers that support local, Texas business. With years of hands-on experience, Patrice specializes in Hothead Hair Extensions, Highlighting and Keratin Complex Smoothing Treatments. She is also a former educator for Keratin Complex. 

With so many color techniques and trends out there—which style do you opt for and what’s the difference between them?

Here’s your fashion guide on the latest trends Ombré, Sombre Balayage & Colormelt.

The Ombre hair color technique has been around for awhile, influencing colorists and stylists alike to test their hand at new techniques and transitions. From free-flowing balayage to the subtle shading of sombre, multicolored highlights are totally in.

Use warm shades and earthy tones for natural-looking dimension or opt for bold colors and contrasting shades for eye-catching style. We’ve got the perfect highlight guide to explain three of today’s major highlighting trends and help you pick your perfect shade.

Ombre means “shaded” in french, and that’s the perfect way to describe this popular style. Ombre is characterized by dark roots that gradually get lighter towards the ends. In other words, your hair transitions from one color to another by shading into each other.

Want a little less contrast, and a more subtle look? Then sombre may be for you. Like it sounds, sombre is characterized by a subtle color transition from roots to tips. It’s ombre, but softer. This creates a less contrast between the roots and the ends but adds just enough color to stand out.

Balayage, meaning to sweep or to paint in French, is characterized by sweeping highlights that appear as if the sun kissed your hair itself!

Unlike traditional highlighting techniques, balayage is a freehanded technique in which the stylist applies the treatment to the surface of the hair without using foil. This allows the highlights to be less saturated and appear more natural against your original hair color rather than strategically placed.  

Color melting is a color application technique that blends the root color with highlights or balayage tones. The purpose of this technique is to make the base color look like it is “melting” into the other tones in the hair. This helps soften the line and contrast between the darker roots and the highlights and balayage. A color melt is great when you want to go longer in between color appointments since it will have a softer and more natural look as it grows out.

Whichever highlighting technique you choose – Colormelt, Ombré, Sombre, or Balayage make sure you know the difference between these popular styles – and understand which highlighting technique will fit your lifestyle, budget and desired look. Lastly, do not try this at home. 

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