Advantages and disadvantages of gradation color.
Hi how’s everyone today? I would like to talk about the gradation color for today.
There are many people walking in the city who have many different hair colors.
What is gradation color?
Gradation is a gradual blend of one hue color to another, using tints and shades from darker tone to lighter ones. It has become a popular feature for hair coloring and nail art.
In French, “Ombre” means “shade” or “shadow”. Is a dramatic two-toned hair color effect that is typically darker at the top and lighter on the bottom. Often the top section is natural color base shade and the bottom is in lighter tone which bleaching is usually used to tint or tone to achieve a customer’s desired result.
Below are some examples of ombre and gradation colours.
Loving the colors already?
Next, I will explain the advantages and disadvantages of gradation color.
- Since it gradually brightens from the brightness of its own hair, it will not stand out even if the root hair grows.
- If you make a gradation color base, you can make various color changes and you will be happy.
- Very beautiful when you have a party hair set.
- It is fashionable even in its own.
- Time consuming as it requires a longer time to achieve the desired result. (However, this disadvantages is a salon disadvantages.)
- Bleaching requires thus causing hair damage overtime.
- It takes time to change the color from the gradation color to the same color.
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