This hairstyle is absolutely gorgeous. Dark honey tones fading to a champagne blonde ombre works fantastically, and is one of the key styles for 2013. It’s a natural transition of colour and if you keep the top section of your hair a colour similar to your roots, you will avoid repeat trips to the hairdressers to get it re-touched. Adding champagne blonde ombre works well on dark honey to dark brunette tones, however if you’re a dark brunette you may want a darker blonde on the ends of your hair so it’s not as drastic.
Although this style looks fantastic, often a peroxide may need to be used to achieve a lighter ombre, so make sure you invest in a good quality intense treatment for your hair and treat your locks once a week to ensure it stays soft, silky and radiant. It may be difficult to achieve the champagne blonde ombre at home if your hair has already been coloured, so it’s well worth a trip to the hairdressers.
Soft curls created by a curling iron look amazing as the transition of colour adds so much texture to your hair, as shown in the photo. This style is fantastic as you can choose to showcase your ombre by wearing your hair long and smooth, or, if by wearing your hair in a high pony or bun you can showcase the colour on the top half of your hair. It’s so versatile!