Ombre hair weft
1.Detangle hair gently before washing, do not rub or twist hair
2. Be ready for everything and wet the hair with warm water
3. Soak the hair in the water with mild shampoo for 15 minutes
4. Rinse the hair in clear water then cover the hair with towel to soak up the water on it
5. Hang the hair with weft open and air-dry so that it holds curl well
What exactly is Ombre hair Color?
The word “ Ombre” comes from the French word “Ombre” meaning shaded or shading.
Ombre is basically hair color where there is a gradual blending from one color to another as you go out from the mid-lengths to the ends. Generally, it is a fade to light, but it can also be a fade to dark.
Why do women like Ombre hair color?
Ombre is a great way for women to express themselves and give some creativity and individuality to their hair color and their looks.
Women also appreciate the facts that the ends do really appear thicker than the rest of the hair. So women whose hair is slightly dried out, or lacking shine get a big boost by doing ombre.
Another plus is that Ombre is not too extreme and looks fairly informal. It permits a fairly wide range of colors. You can go for something bold or have something quite natural.
Finally, Ombre is an extremely low maintenance look, as it can be left to grow out very naturally. No need for frequent trips to the Salon!
Why do stylists like Ombre hair color?
Ombre is still very much perceived as a new look which teh regular salon does not know how to do, or does not want to do.
As a result, stylists in the US and elsewhere find that Ombre is a great service to propose to their customers. It is a way of offering a fresh look to their customers.
Stylists can usually charge more for this service because it is still very new.
Ombre is also a fairly fast process, It takes no longer than the regular highlighting service. Some Ombre techniques are in fact 1 step processes.
How do you get an Ombre hair color result?
We give a simple 1 step Ombre process below. But you do need to cut the hair first, since the correct placement of color is very important in the Ombre process
Step 1: After cutting, chose a base color, typically slightly higher in level than the customer’s current or natural color. Mix with 20 Vol. developer and apply from the roots to 4 inches out and no more.
Step 2: Choose a different color for the ends (for example, a highlight color). Mix the highlight color with 40 Vol developer and apply on the ends. The technique for applying on the ends can be as simple as a balayage technique. Do not completely saturate the ends; otherwise it will not look natural.
Step 3: Process for 30 minutes under heat. Make sure the ends get most of the heat to give them better lift and contrast compared to the roots.
Step 4: Emulsify and wash. Close the coloring process with a mild shampoo.