All techniques in creating strands, "Balayazh" and "Folayazh"

What differences exists amongst Ombre, Shatuzh and Balayazh ?


The word "ombre" is translated from the French word  "shadow." This is the name given to the coloring technique, which allows you to create a gradient transition with a lot of shades from dark roots to bright ends. In recent years, it is in demand and has now acquired a wide variety of color variations, which does not exclude the use of bright colors like pink or blue.


 "Sombre" is a variantion of the previous technique in which the undyed part differs from the clarified ends by only 0.5 or 1 tone.


If you want to refresh your image, but afraid to damage your hair, choose balayazh hair, because it is called one of the most gentle ways to lighten. This is a modern version of highlighting.A process whereby the dyeing extends not to the entire length of the hair, but only a part of it, no more than 2–3 separate strands, which creates additional volume. An experienced specialist can make a balayazh on  any complexity of hair.


Another actual type of highlighting, in which the specialist applies several different tones, which creates the effect of light glares. After bronding,your hair will look thick, voluminous and radiant.


In this variation, emphasis is placed on curls around the face and tips, using two or three closely identical shades similar to the natural color of your hairstyle. The smooth transition simulates the effect of sun-bleached hair, which looks quite natural.


"Nude" as it sounds means "naked." This unexpected name stuck with this technique of coloring, as it involves the use of natural shades of different temperatures, for example, platinum and caramel, which allows you to achieve amazing results. And the nude is suitable for absolutely everyone, regardless of the color type.


Strobing aims to conceal the flaws and emphasize the dignity of appearance, which requires the high skill of a colorist. After all, he conducts clarification without any general algorithm, focusing only on those external feature which he wants to emphasize or disguise. For example, strobe can visually change the shape of the face or in a new way to outplay the color of the skin. It is universal, but it is almost impossible to find two identical types of strobes.


This is modern highlighting using foils. As a result, the strands are contrasting and well-defined,with the base blurred at the roots.