Why You Need To Know About Color Melting Right Now
Classic ombre hair has a distinctly visible color transition between dark and light and even subtler versions can still seem too obvious. Enter Color Melting the new technique that blends colors (any colors) so naturally you’d think they were always like that.
Melting is a technique that blends the highlights with the base color of the hair so you don’t have any harsh lines,
Matrix StyleLink stylist George Papanikolas told BuzzFeed Life. But it’s not just blending the colors better, the soft very gradual gradation makes color melting even finer and subtler than other techniques that are used to make ombre subtle like painting and balayage.
The effect is very close to the one when your hair fades in the sun towards the ends and stays darker at the roots. But it works only for natural color hair.
Rainbow colors melting into one another look just enigmatic. Girls all around the web are trying to marry all the different unnatural colors and it looks gorgeous. What do you think?
Also the colored roots trend looks like it’s relying on this technique to achieve the desired smooth effect or natural root coloring in the most unnatural hues.
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