July 9th, 2013
Beauty

Lovely L’Ombré

© L’Oréal Professionnel

In the summer, not only do I let my hair grow long, I get a tad lazy with color. So the ombré trend is timely. I think I’m an unintentional adopter…

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  • I just dont get it – all I think when I see “ombre hair” is “your colorist must have been hung over”

    Lisa EastmanJuly 9th, 2013  8:46 AM

     
  • I love the ombre! It is so much more realistic than a head of solid color, or stripy fake looking highlights. Hair should be lighter on the bottom. Granted it doesn’t look the greatest with hair that is too too dark and too too light on the bottom! Colorist suggestions?? 🙂

    michelle ramerJuly 9th, 2013  3:40 PM

     
  • I can’t understand why this is a trend. It is in no way attractive.

    MelanieJuly 9th, 2013  4:07 PM

     
  • Wish that it was fashionable to have an ombre effect that involved greying roots!!

    CindyJuly 9th, 2013  5:26 PM

     
  • Can we talk about outfits that are chic yet comfortable in the heat/humidity of the summer. As I get older (40), it gets more difficult to look pulled together and be comfortable at the same time.

    JulieJuly 9th, 2013  8:38 PM

     
  • I think the ombre is supposed to look like your hair got sun-bleached
    in the summer, and now it’s winter.
    But I sort of wonder too.

    GayleJuly 10th, 2013  12:53 AM

     

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