10 Balayage Highlight Ideas Perfect for Spring
Khloe Kardashian's colorist Tracey Cunningham famously took her from a deep brunette to a bright blonde with this technique focused around the ends.
One of the best things about balayage is that it creates dimension within your hair color without being stripe-y. You can see the proof in Chrissy Teigen's hair, which features deep roots, golden browns, and cool blonde highlights.
If you want to add more movement to blonde hair, look no further than Jennifer Aniston's multi-dimensional blonde strands.
If the word "ombré" makes you think of those dramatic gradients from 2008, it's time to rethink the word. It's purely a color shift, as demonstrated by Gisele Bündchen, and it can be done as subtly as you'd like.
It can be as seamless as Jessica Biel's hair color, which features more caramel, light-reflecting tones towards the bottom.
Jenna Dewan Tatum
The technique can be used to refresh dark brunette manes with chocolate brown strands placed around the face.
Simply ask for more highlights placed all around the head for a more noticeable look, similar to Mindy Kaling.
Sarah Jessica Parker
SJP's hair features a high volume of highlights placed near her roots. The well-blended base allows for a cool, edgy grow-out without harsh lines.
Want to try out the cool blonde trend without actually changing your hair color or going platinum? Problem solved. Just look to Shay Mitchell's ash-toned balayage highlights.
Ciara's auburn-toned highlights bring warmth to her gorgeous base color.