Balayage Hair Color at Lush Hair Folk

Balayage remains one of the most popular hair color trends around. Balayage is a beautiful, low maintenance hair colour technique that can be used to accentuate any hairstyle and complement your skin tone and facial features. No wonder so many celebrities are rocking the look!

Balayage Hair Color

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What is balayage?

The word balayage comes from the French, meaning “to sweep” and it involves color being swept or hand painted through your hair to create a bespoke, natural look. This free-hand technique means color can be applied exactly where you want it for a subtler effect than that achieved with traditional foil highlights.

What’s the difference between balayage and ombré?

Balayage hair color tends to be subtler than ombré, with a few sections of highlights being added through your roots to give a denser colour towards the tips of your hair. By contrast, ombré is a more defined two-tone effect, with darker roots becoming lighter towards the ends.

How are balayage highlights applied?

The balayage color is hand painted into your hair, being applied finely close to the root, and developing into a bolder highlight towards the ends of the hair. Our skilled colorists can focus on the areas where the sun would typically lift your hair color if you’ve been on holiday, resulting in natural sun-kissed look. A toner will be added to your hair to achieve the perfect shade you want.

Can balayage be created on all hair colors?

Yes! Balayage can be created on all shades of blonde, brunette, red or even grey hair. Blonde balayage is a very popular look which can be created in a range of colors from on-trend buttery blonde to silver-platinum, but we can create fabulous effects with just about any color. For example, balayage is a great way to try out the trend for pastel hair colors.

How do I maintain my balayage color?

The good news is that balayage is a great low-maintenance hair color as your root regrowth will be less noticeable than with traditional foils. You can expect to see your colorist every couple of weeks to maintain your balayage highlights. We’d also recommend a 6-weekly color glossing touch-up to freshen up your hair between appointments.

Will balayage damage my hair?

Balayage will not dry out your hair any more than other coloring techniques. Our highly trained team understand exactly how your hair will respond to the coloring process and how to apply the color to achieve the look you want. We can also protect the strength and condition of your hair during the process. Ask your color technician for more information.

Visit Lush Hair Folk Salon in Redemption Square for the Best Balayage Hair Color

The team at Lush Hair Folk is renowned for its creative flair and nowhere is this more evident than in the beautiful, hand painted balayage highlights we produce. If you are looking for the best balayage in Houston, you need look no further.
If you are new to balayage, we recommend you start by booking a consultation to talk through your requirements and the options available.