With over 27 million Instagram mentions, balayage is the king of (de) colorations. A technique that is constantly reinventing itself, on social networks as in hairdressing salons. Discover 3 new summer looks imagined by hair artists to keep up with the trends.
Sweep color, Gray Blending, Golden Topaz, Ring-lighting... balayage is constantly reinventing itself. This (de) coloring, defined as “localized lightening of locks taken from the bulk of the hair” by Larousse takes many forms, on social networks as well as in hairdressing salons. We have spotted 3 new techniques to test urgently among the hair trends for spring/summer 2021!
From the BYELAYAGE collection by Revlon Professional, this balayage plays the card of daring, by delineating two blocks of very clear colors. Tie and dye, which relied on a fading gradient of shades, gives way to inverted dip-dye, a coloring technique that promotes, on the contrary, the extreme contrasts between two colors. The blonde moves in a quasi-white and the chestnut darkens as desired in a color block spirit.
The Bold technique, which is one of L'Oréal Professionnel's leading spring-summer trends in French Balayage, sweeps away all traces of warm reflections. A look that
Fabien Giambona, hair artist for L'Oréal Professionnal, describes it as "daring, pop, radical and intended for women who want a real transformation, a real look". Created in the salon with a brightening powder, it allows you to dare bold highlights on a dark base.
The Rogue Hair trend has not finished talking about it. This extreme lightening of two thick locks framing the face like piano keys is here associated with the Contrast technique of Jean Louis David, a balayage of different shades of blonde for more subtlety.