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Fashionista NOW: Why The Ombre Is Still a Hot Hair Trend In 2016?

The ombre hair is well and alive in 2016. Find out why that is so, eyeball some gradient hair ideas and give the hair trend a go.

It’s 2016: The ombre hair is not going anywhere. For as long as there are roots (of hair) that await for the next fresh application of hair dye that gets postponed for months and the prevalent mood in fashion is of comfort as embodied by the athleisure fad, ombre is just where it’s at.

Whether it’s a pro job with the use of balayage or subtle ombre hair technique, a non-pro job would also work – just let your colored hair grow a bit and leave the roots as they are.

With the sunny patch of the year in view, it’s only predictable that some would love to inject a little more color than usual in their ombre and that is doable as well. Pastel hues, blues, greens, fiery reds and silver can be welcome into your look as well.

Check out the ombre mane of lookbookers who enjoy sporting the gradient hairstyle trend for a quick inspo:


Is the ombre hair something you’re an expert at wearing? Will you let the roots of your colored hair grow to get the ombre effect and run to a professional for a more refined ombre work? Share below – I’d love to know!

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