After the long wait, we can finally not only dream of beautiful hair color trends but also try them out for ourselves. Have you already made an appointment with your favorite hairdresser? Perfect! Because you will definitely want to try the new trend hair color from Hailey Bieber for yourself: “Root Melt Balayage” is the trendy coloration for spring, which is about the perfect fusion of highlights and natural hair color.
Basically, the balayage technique is the holy grail of highlighting: The color is usually brushed freehand onto the hair in order to create the most flowing color gradient possible. Based on this, the popular “Root Melt Balayage” method tops it all off: This hair trend ensures that the strands not only look cooler but also more natural - as if you had just learned to surf three weeks on the Atlantic coast.
In the technique, strands of different lengths are placed in the hair; only a small part of the highlights is brushed from the tip to the root. Most of the light strands are placed in the lower two-thirds and softly blended towards the roots of the hair.
The advantage: Unlike classic highlights or the typical balayage, clear edges between highlights and natural hair are avoided. The resulting shadows give texture and conjure up the optical volume for fine hair. The effect: The look looks supernatural as if the mane has been kissed by the sun. The perfect trend for spring when the sun tickles our noses again.
Do you need more good reasons that speak for the new trend of hair color for spring? All right: Since the balayage method allows darker natural strands and light highlights to merge so naturally (hence the name of "Root Melt Balayage"), frequent re-dyeing is no longer an issue. On the contrary: the slow-growing out of the highlights makes the trend look even cooler and rockier.
Another plus point for the hair trend à la Hailey Bieber and Gisele Bündchen: It is suitable for any natural hair color. Because the highlights can be set not only in classic blonde but also in brunette. So the look is made for darker hair colors.