Ombre is still hot, despite the fact that its popularity over the past few years as the cool girl’s go-to pushed it to the point of over-saturation.
The look of darker roots and mid-lengths melting into lighter ends not only speaks to ease (the upkeep is practically nil, making it uber-affordable)-and, therefore, a carefree personality-but also to a woman who doesn’t always play it safe.
It’s a fantastic option for women with brown hair, like model Lily Aldridge here who is famous more for her ombre hair than for her Victoria’s Secret modeling shoots.
Here, she sports deep chestnut roots that fade to a tawny medium brown. The best ombre color is multi-dimensional. Here, Aldridge has several hair colors woven into her naturally brown hair, including blonde, brown and red.
An extremely subtle ombre look, this hairstyle is perfect for women who want low-maintenance locks and only a teensy bit of deviation from their natural hair color.
Ombre color can be time-consuming. You first have to bleach hair, then you can add the gradient blond color. To get this look, ask your colorist to add uneven ribbons of a lighter hue to hair. Balayage technique works best because painting on the color will look more natural than the pin-size stripes that come with foils.
Here is the recommend Lily Aldridge Hair: Click the picture to get her look.