If you thought the ombre hair trend was over, think again, because sunkissed ends and unapologetic root growth won't be disappearing from the red carpet or the runway anytime soon! We recently spotted model and L'Oréal Paris spokesperson Barbara Palvin with a beautifully understated ombre blowout at the Cannes Film Festival, and we're totally convinced that ombre hair is here to stay.
Ombre hair, updated
A far cry from the harsher dip dyed ends that kickstarted the ombre trend, this season's approach to the look is more understated. The trick is to make the switch from dark to light color in a gradual, totally natural looking way - as opposed to a sharply defined line or uniform downward fade - and to use a shade that's only a few shades lighter than your natural hair color.
Why you should try the ombre trend
As Barbara Palvin's gorgeous blowout hairstyle demonstrates so well, ombre dye adds light and creates a multidimensional color that looks good however it's worn. Whether you're a wavy wash-and-go gal, or a blowout addict, ombre tresses will look amazing with your go-to hairstyles.
To master a flyaway-free look like Barbara's, apply Advanced Hairstyle BLOW DRY IT Thermal Smoother Cream to damp hair before drying, then use a round brush to add movement through the lengths when it's only slightly damp.
What do you think? Will you finally get on board with the ombre trend if you haven't already?