The ombre effect is no longer used strictly in fabrics as we’re seeing it in sunglasses, hair and makeup. It’s being incorporated into anything and everything. At first it was ombre hair and before we could get used to that, voila!….it was All ombre All the time!
Hair was among the first to adopt the ombre trend and is still fashionable to date. The trend features darker, more natural hues at the roots with gradually-dyed lightening at the ends creating a very beautiful and exotic look. As you can see below, it’s been spotted on a number of celebrities and you can do it too.
Tired of a plain old single lipstick color? Well tire no more and experiment with different colors to create an ombre look of your desire.
You can head over to youtube for tutorials on how to achieve some of these looks.
Ombre nails have lingered in the fashion world for a minute now. It’s a fun spin to standard manicure and would be fun for special occasions or if you just want to stand out.
There are two common ombre nail arts. See below:
The nail polish fades from darker-to-lighter shade or vice versa
The colors fade from a darker shade to a lighter shade as you progress on each nail.
Will you be trying any of these trends?