When it comes to hair colors, balayage has been the biggest trend of recent seasons, and it isn’t over yet. The technique, which involves highlighting hair by hand-painting sections against a backing board, is set to be bigger than ever in 2017 with more options than before. No matter if your locks are blonde, brunette, black or red, there’s a chic balayage option to suit you. Perfect for creating a graduated and natural-looking style, balayage leaves ladies with dimensional and radiant-looking hair. So, what are you waiting for? Just click through to find the best new balayage option for you.
- 1 Balayage Hair Color
- 1.1 Ash Purple Balayage
- 1.2 Babylight Balayage
- 1.3 Balayage Blonde
- 1.4 Balayage Brown
- 1.5 Balayage Brunette
- 1.6 Balayage Highlights
- 1.7 Balayage Highlights Brunette
- 1.8 Balayage Long Hair
- 1.9 Balayage on Black Hair
- 1.10 Balayage on Dark Brown Hair
- 1.11 Balayage on Light Brown Hair
- 1.12 Balayage Red and Brown
- 1.13 Balayage with Ombre
- 1.14 Black Hair Balayage
- 1.15 Black to Blonde Balayage
- 1.16 Blonde Ombre Balayage
- 1.17 Brown Balayage
- 1.18 Brunette to Blonde Balayage
- 1.19 Caramel Balayage
- 1.20 Caramel Balayage on Black Hair
- 1.21 Chocolate Balayage Hair
- 1.22 Cool Blonde Balayage
- 1.23 Copper Balayage
- 1.24 Dark Balayage
- 1.25 Dark Blonde Balayage
- 1.26 Dark Brown Balayage
- 1.27 Golden Balayage
- 1.28 Grey Balayage
- 1.29 Light Blonde Balayage
- 1.30 Light Brown Hair Balayage
- 1.31 Pink Balayage
- 1.32 Purple Balayage
- 1.33 Red Balayage
- 1.34 Subtle Balayage
- 1.35 White Balayage
Balayage Hair Color
1. Ash Purple Balayage
This awesome ash purple balayage is edgy and bold. Pair it with a rebellious attitude for a super stylish look.
2. Babylight Balayage
Babylight balayage is a great way to lighten and brighten hair in a natural-looking way. The delicate highlights create a gorgeous, youthful and dimensional appearance.
3. Balayage Blonde
This sandy blonde balayage has a great “beach babe” feel. The warm ends add a certain radiance to the naturally blonde base.
4. Balayage Brown
Painting “bronde” strokes through brown locks is a great way to lighten a dark head of hair. While traditional highlights can also work, balayage often has a more natural appearance.
5. Balayage Brunette
This wonderful brunette balayage look features honey highlights. When placed around the face, light strokes, such as these, have a lovely framing effect that brings out facial features.
6. Balayage Highlights
Balayage is a great way to create natural-looking highlights. Just ask your colorist to hand-paint the colour on strands where the light naturally hits your hair to make it appear as if it were highlighted by the sun.
7. Balayage Highlights Brunette
Balayage highlights don’t have to be bold to have a great impact. Sometimes, all you need is just a few face-framing pieces to recreate your whole look.
8. Balayage Long Hair
Long hair can sometimes appear too striped with bold highlights. Instead, opt for a stylish balayage like this wonderfully blended example.
9. Balayage on Black Hair
Instead of completely lightening black hair with an all-over color, try utilising some balayage instead. By adding warm brunette pieces, your dark locks will instantly appear brighter and more radiant.
10. Balayage on Dark Brown Hair
Dark brown hair looks great with both light brown and dark blonde balayage. Consider trying the former in winter and latter in summer for a seasonally appropriate style.
11. Balayage on Light Brown Hair
This gorgeously subtle balayage look is perfect for light brown locks. It features blonde strokes delicately blended into brunette strands for a naturally highlighted appearance.\
12. Balayage Red and Brown
This red and brown balayage style has a lovely sophistication. The mixture of tones creates a chic, auburn appearance that’s both rich and vibrant.
13. Balayage with Ombre
Also known as flamboyage, balayage and ombre combinations are set to be incredibly popular this year. The technique, which blends the two coloring methods together, creates a brightened yet natural appearance.
14. Black Hair Balayage
One of the best ways to breathe new life into black hair is to add some balayage. The addition of lighter hues, such as warm brunette tones, will transform your color without completely changing it.
15. Black to Blonde Balayage
While blonde highlights can often appear too contrasting on black hair, blonde balayage can blend perfectly. Opt for a look that transforms from black roots to blonde ends for a chic style.
16. Blonde Ombre Balayage
A fantastic way to transition darker roots to blonde ends is to utilise both ombre and balayage techniques. The combination is perfect for hiding where one color ends and the next begins.
17. Brown Balayage
Balayage doesn’t always have to be bold or two-toned. By simply opting for a hue around two shades lighter than your base color, you can create a chic look.
18. Brunette to Blonde Balayage
Want your hair to appear as if it naturally transitions from brunette roots to blonde ends? Try this stylish balayage look.
19. Caramel Balayage
Caramel balayage is warm, radiant and beautiful. If you’re a brunette with a warm complexion, this look is for you.
20. Caramel Balayage on Black Hair
As well as looking great on brunette hair, caramel balayage is also a good option for ladies with black locks.
21. Chocolate Balayage Hair
This chocolate balayage look also has an ombre effect, transitioning from richer roots to lighter ends.
22. Cool Blonde Balayage
This cool, blonde balayage look features icy strokes of color on an ash blonde base. It’s perfect for natural blondes looking to embrace a bolder hue or light brunettes seeking a drastic contrast.
23. Copper Balayage
Copper balayage is a great way to update brunette locks in 2017. The result is an on-trend, warm red-brown hue.
24. Dark Balayage
This deep and dark balayage look is rich and sultry. It features just a couple of golden brown highlights concentrated around the face to add lift and define features.
25. Dark Blonde Balayage
This golden balayage contains a lovely hint of honey hues. Its warm tone can be used to lighten either dark blonde locks or light brown hair.
26. Dark Brown Balayage
This dark brown balayage is so subtle that it appears completely natural. With but a shade of difference between the base and balayage, the look gives a lovely sun-lit touch to dark strands.
27. Golden Balayage
Adding just a touch of golden balayage to dark strands can have an incredible effect. The hit of light colour can instantly brighten your overall appearance for a sophisticated and stylish look.
28. Grey Balayage
Grey hair is set to be one of the biggest trends of the year. If you like the look but feel apprehensive about going grey all over, try a chic balayage style, such as this, instead.
29. Light Blonde Balayage
Monotone blonde appears flat and dull. To give your light locks some more life, consider trying a balayage look such as this.
30. Light Brown Hair Balayage
If you have light brown hair, blonde isn’t the only type of balayage you can try. This gorgeous rose-tinted look makes an excellent fashion-forward alternative.
31. Pink Balayage
Go bold and try a balayage look out of the ordinary such as this stunning pink style. The look can work on any shade of light blonde hair but appears particularly striking on platinum strands.
32. Purple Balayage
Purple can also create an incredible balayage hair colour. If you have dark brown or black hair, try a vivid shade of violet to create the perfect level of impact.
33. Red Balayage
Balayage isn’t just for blondes and brunettes. It can also add a gorgeous natural-looking dimension to red hair colors. For the most realistic results, start with a warm base of auburn or chestnut and add balayage in lighter tones of strawberry and toffee.
34. Subtle Balayage
Add light brown balayage to medium shades of brunette for a wonderfully subtle appearance. The result will appear naturally sun-kissed and not at all fake.
35. White Balayage
If you’re looking to take the balayage trend to the next level, consider trying a white version. The light hue will appear completely striking when applied to darker base colors like brown.
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