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Siobhan Jones from Headmasters says:

Ombre is a really flexible colour technique, it can be made super subtle with some sunkissed effect ends or dialled up to the extremes with lites going high in the hair or using a contrasting colour such as Carmin Red on the ends.

The perfect ombre will be dependent on what you are looking for, do you want to add some subtle interest to the ends or are you looking for something more daring.

Things to consider:

• Warm Skintone, Light Eyes
• Warm Skintone, Dark Eyes
• Cool Skintone , Light Eyes
• Cool Skintone, Dark Eyes

During your consultation at Aurora Hairdressing, our colourist will talk with you to ensure you get your perfect colour. They will then decide the right shade, the right technique to use, the right placement of the Ombre and the intensity of the colour transition that is specific to an Ombre technique.”

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