Unlike the bold transitional color that ombre brings, and the strategically placed highlights balayage creates, color melting is all about a smoother process that creates a more gradual and natural blending effect. So gradual, in fact, you can't even tell where one color begins and another ends from roots to end.
The difference between this and regular highlights is that you use multiple shades to create the ‘melted’ effect. Instead of creating that ombré look with normal highlights, melting uses an assortment of hues close in tone to create a blurring (or melting) effect. This makes any hair color appear as if it grew naturally out of your scalp. I'm getting many referrals this year using this technique. It's becoming very popular in Las Vegas.
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