Balayage is a hair colouring technique that has been popular for a long time now. It involves colouring sections of the hair to achieve natural looking highlights, weaving the colour through the hair. However, reverse balayage is the next big thing.
Reverse balayage involves colouring the hair darker through the ends, as opposed to putting the highlights through the ends. It may look less natural – it will usually be more obvious that the roots have been coloured, whereas traditional balayage is designed to look more natural. However, it is a good way of making a statement, and it is currently a very popular look.
When choosing the colours for reverse balayage, it is best to speak to a stylist and get their advice. There will be different shades that can be used and different levels of bleaching will be required, so they can advise on keeping the condition of your hair as well.