Ombre hair color is when the ends of the hair have been lightened lighter than the root color hair. Adding a transition color on the the mid-shaft of the hair helps blend the color and will provide the best ombre hair color. One of the latest terms heard in today's salon is sombre. Sombre hair color sounds sexy and is sexy! It is a soft ombre effect and can combine up to four disciplines of hair color root touch-up, balayage, ombre and color melt.
Color Melt is also very sexy! An example of this technique is in the image above with the red hair and copper blonde highlights that appear to melt out of the red. In addition to these techniques Matthew also provides the best and most cost effective hair color correction services in Dallas. You can view more images and videos of Matthew Adam's current work on the Videos/Images page
From grown out highlights to great new color melt.
From grown out ombre to beautiful new sombre
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Matthew primarily uses It&ly Hairfashion's permanent and demi-permanent hair colors. It&ly Hairfashion's has been one of the finest hair color lines in theworld for over 30 years. They provide incredible conditioning, the lowest ammonia, tonal balance, longevity and are known for the best and most vibrant red hair colors in the industry.
Although Matthew prefers the conditioning benefits of It&ly Hairfashion's color, he also has added other color lines to his arsenal. A few of these include Scruples, Privana's ChromaSilk Vivids, Alphaparf and Kenra Neon's to name a few. With some of these additions Matthew is able to highlight and tone over previously colored hair in a single process. This saves the the client time and provides a multitude of possibilities in a single color service. Other hair color services Matthew strives to be the best at is balayage, ombre, sombre and color melting.
Balayage hair color services provides the artistic freedom to hand place highlights creating a natural flow and brightness to any color service. The hand painted highlights are usually not enclosed in foil but are sometimes separated with plastic or cotton. Balayage is also one discipline used for creating the best sombre hair color (Matthew's favorite).