Tips & Tricks - Ombre Highlights
What are Ombre Highlights?
No, not man-highlights, that would be HOMBRE highlights. Ombre hair is when the ends of your hair graduate to another color, usually lighter and blonder. If done wrong, it looks like a really bad dye job that is growing out. But on some super-fabulous people, even that look is cool. Ombre highlights are one of this year's hottest trends. The word ombre is basically French for shadow. What makes them cool is that if done right it looks like you're glorious sun-kissed hair is making it's Fall debut.
How do I get Ombre Highlights?
You can easily accomplish Ombre Highlights at home since you can get great results even when you're being a little messy and imperfect.
The following video tutorial from PopSugar.TV will explain how to get those great Ombre Highlights from home:
Where can I see more pictures for Ombre Highlights?
Celebrities from Rachel Bison to Jessica Parker have been spotted with trendy ombre highlights. Check out more ombre highlight pictures and other hottest hairstyles by visiting MaryBeauty's Hairstyle Pinterest boards.
Styling your ombre-highlighted hair
Now that you've learn to achive the fabulous hair-color look, Verseo has just the right hair product to finish off that great look. Most of these great Ombre hairstyles call for longer locks. Instead of painfully waiting for your hair to grow as slow as molasses, try Verseo's Hair Plus Shampoo and Conditioner. Clinically proven to grow hair 128% faster, you'll be long on your way to some amazing Ombre long locks.. Find Verseo Hair Plus Combo and other hair products here.
Enjoy the lovely hairstyle!
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