THESE ARE THE 6 HAIR COLOR TRENDS YOU NEED TO KNOW
Bronde is a mixture of brown and blonde. It's great for brunettes who want to add a little edge and brightness to their natural hair color.
Ombré is darkest at the roots then lighter through the mid-length and ends. If you want a bold, graphic effect that's relatively low-maintenance, this is the look for you.
Sombre is a hand-painted highlighting technique that can lift anyone’s hair. It’s an evolution of an ombré that creates a softer gradation.
Babylights mimic the natural highlights we all had as children. Highlighted pieces of hair are very fine to create a fresh, sun-kissed look with a hint of color.
Balayage is a hand-painted hair color technique that mixes ombré and highlights for a gorgeous sun-kissed effect.
Tortoiseshell/ecaille is a hand-painted technique like balayage that creates a multi-dimensional look. The difference is that it adds even more warm tones to your hair.
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Videos & Articles
It's easy to get your perfect shade with these hair color tutorials. Whether you are looking for application tips, want to get the perfect look for a themed party, add a touch of color to your lengths, or see your favorite vloggers get the looks, these Garnier hair color videos can help you achieve it.
See how Nutrisse Ultra Color delivers bold color and nourished hair.
Fashion and beauty blogger Daniela Ramirez shows you how to get the Balayage look at home using Nutrisse Ultra Color.
Fashion and beauty blogger Daniela Ramirez shows you how to get the Sombre look at home using Nutrisse Ultra Color.
See how to get the color you want and the nourishment your hair needs with this easy, at-home tutorial.
Fashion and beauty blogger Daniela Ramirez shows you how to get the Bronde look at home using Nutrisse Ultra Color.
Fashion and beauty blogger Daniela shares her favorite hair color tips for those who have experimented with color.
Fashion and beauty blogger Daniela Ramirez explains the role of each component in our Nutrisse hair color kit.