Short Hair with Twisted Multi-toned Waves
These gorgeous waves really add to the effect of the balayage highlights. You really need to try the straightener technique to get locks like these. After blow drying your hair, intentionally grab sections and twist in alternating directions, leaving the bottoms straight.
Layered Dimensional Style
Ladies with straight hair don't need to envy curls anymore! It does not take waves to create a look. Adding balayage placed layers creates double attention and drama.
Medium Waves with Highlights
Can you still have vacation memories lingering in the mind? This balayage gives a feeling of dark hair gone lighter in sunlight. Tender brown tones and the soft waves are in tune!
Perfect Short Blonde Bob
Who does not love a blonde bob? All over platinum is all the rage now, but nothing compares to layering that is cute and pretty blonde highlights. This look is flirty and a lot more feminine. The tones are more flattering on skin tones than platinum would be.
Short Red and Blonde Undercut
We are on team undercut! Since it can be styled in lots of ways, we're always singing the praises of a undercut. And here is proof. Rather than styling it to the front or one facet, consider blowing the hair in each direction to get a contemporary look.
Honey Brown Balayage
Honey brown is a great hair color for short hair since it adds vibrancy and glamour into brief strands. Balayage means painted on, which is precisely why this technique will produce an artistic result. How the light is caught by the tones that are milder is wonderful!
Delicious Brown-Toned Coloring
Want a sun kissed look all year long? Balayage features delicate and dimension accents to add to your hairdo. The great thing about this technique is that stresses grow out. Easy, breezy!
Cool Toned Angled Bob
Short hair colour should always blend seamlessly with all the cut. Hardly there balayage highlights are worked with by the easy layers in this cut. Additionally, the trendy tones that are ashy and the sleekness of this styling pair together. Long bits in the front and feathers in the nape provide the very best of both worlds!