This technigue can be used for variety of different reasons but it does what it says on the tin, lighter on the top and gradually getting darker.
I think this is great for all natural blondes that wanted ombre hair but were too blonde to start off with. Get it dark and glossy on those ends, its quite a gothic look but one i really love. It's more daring than the standard ombre because its an obviously un-natural look where as ombre is sun kissed.
The one big no no with the reverse ombre look is to make sure you don't look like a two tone 90's throw back, you remember.... that blonde on top black underneath trend!
The reverse ombre looks lovely with brighter tones going through thends. I've really enjoyed getting more copper/reds and violets tones through peoples hair.
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