Why does everyone swear only by the ombré effect? Because it is a hair trend that is easy to achieve and maintain. Focus on this alluring look for hair.

Ombré effect, a trend that is easy to achieve and maintain

For women on the go who do not want to spend hours in a hair salon or for those who want a gradual change (up to four shades lighter without the harmful effects of bleach) or who want to be more creative (red ombré), this is the look to try.

Because ombré means easy. Think about it! You only lighten the lengths and tips of your hair. Therefore, you need not worry about new growth for a few months. The ombré effect is a hair trend for active women.

Hazelnut, caramel, honey, reds: rich nuances that meet your desire for change

With each change of the season, it is only normal to want to change your hair. Believe us, so do we. The advantage of Nutrisse Ultra Color shades is that you are spoiled for choice.

  • Do you want a slight change? Try Bright Hazelnut (HL1).
  • Do you want caramel highlights? Go for level HL2.
  • Do you want to flirt more with blond? Brighten your tips with golden highlights from HL3.
  • Do you want to embrace the red trend? Nothing easier than doing a red ombré at home. The most difficult part will be choosing from the many shades of red available, from cherry to flamboyant red.

Do you have dark hair? This video will explain how to do a red ombré at home.

DIY ombré

Are you afraid to get started? Garnier thought of everything to make the ombré experience easy at home.

A precision brush: It allows you to apply the right amount of product and it is very easy to handle. If you want to train yourself to use it, use a brush to apply conditioner to your hair. This will give you confidence as D Day approaches.

One-step application: Put on your gloves, mix your haircolour and put a small amount of product on the end of the brush. Start with the hair around your face, and brighten the lengths starting at eye level. Next, colour the rest of your hair starting from ear level. According to colourist Roger Medina, hair expert for Garnier, this tip creates a modern result without demarcations.

Easy maintenance: Simply use hydrating shampoos and conditions, and pamper your mane with a mask once a week. Fructis Damage Eraser or Whole Blends avocado oil and shea butter lines will be your best allies to help your hair keep its shine.