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- East Locust Street
Balayage , Ombre, Blocking or Pinwheeling Technique Balayage: How the color is applied. The word Balayage originates from the French term “to sweep.” With Balayage, not necessarily all the ends will be affected and the transition between dark and light will be much longer and more natural looking. Balayage is the technique of free-hand painting highlights onto the hair, creating a soft and natural gradation of lightness towards the ends. The result is the look of summers spent at the beach, or the fresh, unintentionally perfect highlights on a child. Ombre: All the ends are going be affected and the transition from the deeper roots and light ends is going to be pretty short. The definition for Ombre is the French word for "color that is shaded or graduated in tone". Blocking: Block Coloring – Also referred to as paneling, adding color to just a portion of the hair like the bangs or an unexpected steak peeking out from underneath a layer. This coloring trend can be done with bright, bold colors or with more natural tones. Pinwheeling: Coloring and/or highlighting where hair is sectioned off from the center of the scalp down to the tips in coordinated patterns. Colors are then applied to each section. Combining two or more colors can create a unique visual. Alternating and ordering the colors also adds to the pinwheel effect.
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