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Colour Melt

The ombré hair colouring technique is defined as when your hair colour gradually blends from one colour to another. It comes from the French word that means "shadow" or "shade" and became popular around 2010 and remains one of the hottest hair colour trends today. An ombré is an excellent way to rock a low maintenance look that doesn't sacrifice style. Go bold, soft, colourful or natural with endless colour choices.

Colour Melting

Ombré hair is evolving yet again, coming in hot this time with a more diffused look called color-melting. This technique softens sharp edges and erases that dreaded line of demarcation that can happen when you dip-dye your hair and use different colours.

"Melting is a technique that blends the highlights with the base colour of the hair, so you don't have any harsh lines. The difference between this and regular highlights is that you use multiple shades to create the 'melted' effect."

Colour Melt

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Colour Melt

What is the difference between Colour melt and balayage?
Colour melt is when one colour blends into another, generally a darker colour on the roots blended into lighter ends.

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