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Balayage Curly Hair: 4 Reasons To Go For It



If you have curly hair, you know how scary it can be to hand the reins over to a hairstylist and hope for the best. One bad cut, and you'll be counting the months until your curls bounce back to their full glory.


Naturally curly hair has never taken center stage in popular style like it has today—with countless beauty products, coloring techniques, and accommodating hairstyles to look chic, cool, and effortlessly curly. One such technique engineered for the perfect, captivating curl is balayage.


What is Balayage?

Balayage is a flowing, hand-painted hair coloring technique invented in France. The word Balayage itself comes from the French word for "sweep," which is a perfect description of how the dye is swept across the hair to give it a sun-kissed look.


It's a far more natural style than traditional highlights, so you'll never have stark root regrowth. Balayage is designed to make your root look natural as your cascading locks are gradually lighter and brighter—mimicking the warm depth your hair gets after spending time at the beach.


Are Ombre and Balayage the Same Technique?

Ombre is a coloring technique in which the hair is colored progressively, so the ends of your hair are the lightest tint. Balayage, on the other hand, involves painting highlights where they naturally occur on your head—the trick lies in how your stylist makes them look like they've come from the sun, and it's subtle. With ombre, the ends of your hair are much lighter than they would be with a balayage look.


4 Reasons to Balayage Curly Hair

If you're debating whether or not to balayage curly hair, we'll give you four reasons why you should go for it!


Balayage is Meant for Curly Hair

The usual highlight techniques that work wonders on straight hair do a disservice to curly hair—hiding in the shadows and appearing overwhelmed by voluminous curls. You know that your curls are spontaneous—switching direction, wrapping into tight coils, or falling into loose waves. Balayage was made to make your curls shine, saturating your locks and showing up even when your curls decide to change the following day.


Customized to Your Curl

Because the hairstylist freely applies the dye or bleach to your hair, they can more accurately follow the way your curls naturally grow and accentuate your features. They can constantly re-evaluate their work as new sections of hair come into play and adjust to make sure you get a more natural balance of color across all your locks, accommodating your length and volume.


Gives Dimension to Your Curls

Balayage works well for curly hair because it mimics how light would naturally fall onto curls and shows off the depth and cut of your hairstyle. It's far more flattering than traditional highlighting techniques, which tend not only to flatten curls but get lost under the curl or overwhelmed.


Expert Hairstylists Can Pull Off Your Vision

The key to flawless balayage is a professional hairstylist with the skill to brighten your curls with precision, following your curl patterns.


Cualtzin Salon hairstylists have the professional experience and artistry to ensure your balayage elevates your curls. Even better, Cualtzin is an eco-friendly salon that uses only the highest-quality products that do wonders for your hair while saving the environment.


Curly girls deserve the same beautiful color choices as everyone else—and knowing that your curls are given just as much care and attention is priceless!


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