Reverse balayage exists and we’ve got all the hair envy right now

Blondes, this one is for ya!

25 Jan 2018

Balayage really is the gift that keeps on giving - but in the fast-paced and fickle world of hairstyles, 2018 has different plans for the technique.

It's only January and we've already seen the rise of fallayage and glitterage but it's already time to get acquainted with a new hair colouring technique; let us introduce you to reverse balayage.

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The new trend, which is blowing up on Instagram, was developed for the blondes and brondes out there, so if you have light hair, it will probably suit you best.

The technique is straight up the opposite of balayage (a highlighting technique done freehand by your hairstylist).

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Reverse balayage uses darker colours - like browns and greys instead of your usual light shades - at the ends. The result? A glossy finish that resembles a mix of a balayage and an ombré.

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The main difference between the two trends lies in the after-care. Balayage has very subtle results so doesn't require a crazy after-care routine. Reverse balayage, meanwhile, uses contrasting colours making it very high-maintenance - we're talking regular salon visits to retouch your roots and hydrating treatments to prevent breakage on the ends.

Stay tuned for the next balayage trend of 2018...

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