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It all started with balayage, a French hair highlighting technique which originated in the 1970s. This look can be achieved by using a small brush to paint pin-thin strands of hair free hand, creating a more natural, back-from-the-beach look than the traditional foil-wrapping method.
In the last few years, variations on this approach have been emerging faster than fidget spinner fashion accessories. Strobing, color melting, dip dying, tigereye, tortoiseshell, contourage, babylights, ombré, sombré, bronde, and ronze; we can hardly keep them all straight.