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Top Myths vs. Facts About Balayage for Dark Asian Hair

Balayage is a French term that refers to an in-salon hair coloring technique. It is also called hand-painting or freehand and aims to create natural-looking, multi-dimensional, and celebrity-worthy hair colors. Before your next hair appointment, here are a few myths about Balayage and facts that you should know, especially if you have dark Asian hair.

TOP MYTHS VS. FACTS ABOUT BALAYAGE FOR DARK ASIAN HAIR

MYTH 1: BALAYAGE DOES NOT LOOK GOOD ON ASIAN HAIR

There seems to be a misconception that balayage does not look good on Asian hair. In fact, women with dark hair can benefit from Balayage more than other hair colors. It is a great solution for women who have had some bad experiences with hair coloring in the past. Why? Because there is no need to bleach the hair.

So, if your hair is dark to start with, you can go for balayage to achieve glossy, highlighted locks that are more natural-looking than stripes or solid colors. The colors will be determined by your hair’s natural color and the lightness of the balayage. The result is a seamless blend of colors that looks natural.

MYTH 2: BALAYAGE COLORS CANNOT BE CHANGED

The result of balayage depends on the skills of your colorist. A skilled expert knows how to control the color and can change or fade it over time to suit their client’s lifestyle. If you want to try something new with your balayage, ask your colorist to adjust and customize it.

MYTH 3: BALAYAGE MAKES MY HAIR LOOK DIRTY

It is true that balayage has to be touched up every month or so. Nevertheless, there is no need to worry about the color starting to look dirty. If you do not want to go for touch-ups, embrace the natural-looking highlights. When you are ready for the next balayage, your colorist can customize the color to suit your preferences and lifestyle.

MYTH 4: BALAYAGE COLOR LOOKS SHORTER THAN EXPECTED

If you have only had solid colors for your hair, it is natural to be skeptical about the results of balayage. Since the colors are blended, the end result may look shorter than the length of your hair. However, balayage is usually done on hair that is at least to the shoulders. So, it is already past the length most women normally wear their hair.

MYTH 5: BALAYAGE DOES NOT LOOK GOOD WHEN THE HAIR IS GROWING OUT

If you’ve had balayage, you know that the colors can fade or change over time. In fact, it is important to touch up your balayage every month or every three months if you want your hair to maintain that unique look.

CONCLUSION

After reading those myths, you probably felt a little more confident about balayage. Balayage is a highly customizable hair coloring technique. It is also a great solution for women with dark hair that have had bad experiences with hair coloring in the past. By choosing a skilled hair colorist, you can get the best Balayage that suits your lifestyle and preferences.

Are you dying to try Asian hair balayage? If you are, come to Hairicc! We are a celebrity hair salon that provides complete sets of services you need to relax and feel beautiful.

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