Ombre, sombre, babylights; there's no shortage of ways to color your hair. In the quest for subtle, natural-looking highlights, there's a new trend that everyone is talking about: color melting.
Color melting is a dye process that involves mixing multiple shades to create a "melting" effect, according to Fox News. The stylist hand-paints five different colors in sections and repeats the process throughout the hair. Unlike a dramatic look like the two-toned ombre, color melting should look soft without harsh, visible dye lines.
Celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Dascha Polanco have already tried color melting. If you're ready to take the plunge, stylist Danielle Reilly, creative director of Chicago’s Blowtique, recommends seasonal fall shades like burgundy and rose golds. In a daring mood? Icy silver or violet make for edgy undertones.
What do you think of color melting?