Ombre Hair Color Idea 2014 dark to blonde!
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Long Ombre Hair: City Chic with Dark/Light Dip Dye

Ombre Hair Color Idea 2014: dark to blonde!

(Back view of long ombre hair)This young woman is the very image of freedom loving, relaxed confidence with a casual style that no amount of windy weather can spoil!

The edgy dark roots ‘look’ has been extended further down the hair shafts in varying levels for a fabulous asymmetrical colour effect, which gradually becomes medium golden blonde along to the tips.  The ‘broken’ waves mixed in with straight sections along the length of the hair create an avant-garde 21st century look, which is accentuated by the spiky textured ends.

This is the perfect style for effortless urban chic, which will show your highly contemporary sense of style, without ever being out of place in formal business situations!

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2 thoughts on “Fabulously Fashionable French Braid: Classic Loose French Braid”

  1. Benihana says:

    hey, i was wondering if some could make a list of all the different types of braids/plaits!
    thankx, we have to have our hair tied up at school, and im sick of having the same-old ponytail..

  2. rashest_hippo says:

    its a braid that takes a section of hair from the front of your head to go across another section of hair. No i do not mean a regular small braid that simply goes across your forehead like a bandanna i mean it goes across your head on the rest of your hair.

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