Cut it, recolor it, or renew it.
You will need to decide if your bamboo will be grown.
- To maintain the warm tones that add more light to your face, you can decide to refresh your balayage.
- You can use a dye to make the balayage the same color as the rest of your hair.
- You can let your hair grow and clip the ends once a month to gradually get rid of the balayage highlights. You could also get a Bob or Long Bob cut to hide the balayage that is out of control.
As you can see, there are a variety of solutions available, ranging from the simplest, renovating the balayage, to the most challenging, because it will take longer for your hair to appear excellent as the balayage hair grows out.
As a result, you will be the sole decision-maker regarding your balayage. From your requirements and financial constraints; from your haste to achieve a pleasing hair color; or if you don’t mind using scarves and caps in the interim.
HOW CAN I ASSIST YOU WITH THIS CHOICE?
Simple: Your first indication of what to do should be how you feel about your out-of-control baggage.
- Choose option 1, or renew your balayage, if you want to keep the balayage and all the care and maintenance that comes with it.
- If you’re sick of maintaining balayage and don’t want your hair to look multicolored, use a dye to make the color more uniform.
- If you don’t want to spend further time and money on color, let your hair grow. As it does, you can clip the ends and gradually remove the balayage hair as it spreads.
Choose the choice that best fits your requirements and tastes; any of these three will be ideal for grown-out balayage.
If you’re still unsure of your best course of action, stick with me because I’ll explain:
• Reviving a mature balayage
• How to use a dye to match the color of a grown-out balayage to the color of the rest of your hair
• How to conceal a growing balayage with a haircut
REFRESHING OF A GROWN BALAYAGE
If you enjoy balayage, a natural technique with a variety of nuances, this is your best choice. You only need to go back to the salon and consult with your stylist to put it into action.
What benefits, if any, come from renewing an old balayage if you like this styling method?
You should just visit the salon once every three to four months if you’re using the low-maintenance balayage process.
Naturally, this will depend on how quickly your hair grows; the more frequently you visit the salon, the faster it grows.
Your stylist will divide your hair, bleach a section of it, and then apply the toner or dye if you choose to refresh your balayage.
Tell your colorist that you desire some blonder tones, such as platinum or even white, if you want to vary the tone of your balayage. These colors will offer you a chic look that you can wear with confidence if you have pale skin.
A caramel or honey balayage, which is ideal for tanned or darker skin, can be requested if you want to tone it down a bit.
If you’ve made the decision to forgo the balayage, you can apply a dye; I’ll cover that next.
Watch: How to Touch up or Refresh a Balayage (Easy Tutorial)
HOW TO USE A DYE TO ALIGN A GROWN-OUT BALAYAGE WITH THE COLOR OF THE REST OF YOUR HAIR
You can use a dye to achieve an even color if you’re sick of maintaining your balayage or want a drastic change. Apply the dye from the roots to the ends in order to achieve this.
Because the color of your balayage strongly correlates with the dye color you should use, it is crucial that you make the right decision. The milder hues available to you depend on how blonde your balayage is.
You can use: if your balayage is brown or chocolate.
• Brown 4
• Light brown 5
You can use it if your balayage is light brown or blonde.
• Blonde, dark 6
• Blonde 7
• Blonde 8
You can use it if your balayage is pale blond or really blonde.
• Light-Blonde 8
• Extremely Light Blonde 9
• Fancy colors
If your balayage is particularly light or platinum, use:
• Extra Light Blonde 10
• Extra light blonde 11
• Fancy colors
WHY IS IT CRUCIAL THAT YOU TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE HUE OF YOUR MATURE BALAYAGE?
Because you will need to bleach your hair first if your natural balayage is darker than the color you intend to add. Therefore, you may prevent this process and the harm it does to your hair if you stay within the spectrum of hues.
TO DYE YOUR GROWN-OUT BALAYAGE, WHAT DO YOU NEED?
For the best color outcome, use only the dye kit of the hue you select, and keep in mind how crucial it is to strictly adhere to the manufacturer’s application instructions.
Are you one of those people who doesn’t want to color their hair or refresh their balayage?
It was therefore time for a haircut.
HOW TO USE A HAIRCUT TO HIDE A GROWN BALAYAGE
A bob or long bob cut is your best choice if you want to grow out your balayage because you don’t want to renew it or color it. Do you understand the reason?
Because this summer’s hottest hairstyle is the Bob with balayage. It is a highly organic style with movement that suits people of all ages.
Your stylist will trim your hair below the ears to give it mobility and freshness for the ideal Bob. Additionally, he will leave the Long Bob at shoulder height a few inches longer.
However, these are not your only choices. You can also request a layered cut from your hairdresser to help you get rid of the excessive balayage. You’ll need to grow your balayage out by several inches before attempting any of these cuts.
Because if you cut your hair often, the balayage will fade away over a few months, letting your natural hair color show through.
You have three alternatives as the balayage grows out: renew it, dye your hair to make the color more uniform, or cut your hair into a bob or long bob to get rid of the balayage.
Alternatively, you could simply let your hair grow and keep trimming the ends until the balayage is gone entirely.
Whether you keep doing the balayage or give it up completely will depend on the look you want to achieve with your hair.