To get this tone, the colorist must lift the highlights to the lightest pale blonde.
This color has the perfect amount of golden blonde highlights to pop but allows the natural base of to be the star.
This is another beautiful example of a golden champagne tone.
Balayage naturally tends to lift warm, so it will very easily bring brunette hair to this complementing copper tone.
This color combo, which consists of a warmer blonde with a hint of red, is a nice option for a natural blonde.
Balayage is mixed with other highlighting and color techniques to achieve a desired look. This shade will complement pale skin tones in the fall.
This golden hue is the perfect transition from summer to fall because it gives richness while holding onto that summer blonde.
The warmer tones bring out the natural features in her skin.
This look will keep the hair nice and healthy since it is minimally lifted. It also sports a flirty contrast with deep, rich hues for fall.
A subtle bronde balayage, is perfect for fall without committing to too much lightness.