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5 Sweet and Sassy Looks for Creamy Caramel Balayage Hair

Balayage hair tones are taking the fashion world by storm. And caramel balayage is no exception. Whether you use soft caramel hues to lighten your darker tresses or darker caramel tones to spice up your blonde locks, you can’t go wrong with smooth and silky caramel highlights.

One of the best things about caramel balayage is that it looks great with any skin tone and will flatter eye color. Whether you have curly hair or straight, long or short, you can’t go wrong with this sexy buttery blend!

See here some of the hottest looks for caramel balayage!

5 Sultry Caramel Balayage Hairstyles

  1. Ashy To Buttery Blonde

Who doesn’t love a smooth buttery blonde? The best thing about hair color these days is that there are so many shades that add depth to your natural hair tone. This long wavy hairstyle is just gorgeous with its blend of dark and light ash blonde mixed with caramel balayage highlights a silky blend of buttery hues that perfectly melt together.

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2. Natural Blonde Face framing Balayage

If you have dark blonde hair but want to spice it up a bit, add some warm chocolate hues as well as some light golden blonde hues. Talk about multidimensional! This look is simply stunning! This is the perfect marriage of warm and cool tones and is perfect for the winter with its dark caramel balayage hues! It looks gorgeous on long loose waves as it slowly fades from dark to light hues.

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3. Bronze Balayage

Caramel highlights are a great way to lighten up your gorgeous brunette locks! Start with your natural color at the roots and then blend in milky shades of dark ash brown, silky caramel, and honey blonde. The best thing about this style is that since your roots are your natural shade, you don’t have to worry about upkeep. Style your hair in sexy beach waves to showcase the brilliant blend of color!

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4. Strawberry Blonde Balayage

How about a saucy blend of creamy caramel balayage hues with spicy ginger to mix things up? Start with a deep chestnut brown base and blend in caramel highlights. Then kick it up a notch with a light auburn shade to give it a captivating strawberry blonde fade. The final look is a marvelous blend of copper hues that will make you stand out from any crowd. This look is perfect for a short wavy tousled bob as it is full of depth and dimension.

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5. Balayage With Black Roots

 

Are you ready for a show stopping caramel balayage hairstyle? This short wavy bob with long side bangs is sexy on its own, but if you add some silky caramel hues to your black roots, you will have a effortless and super sexy look! Caramel hues are ideal for adding some oomph to naturally dark hair. And nothing is sexier than a tousled bob with bangs that fall over your face for a sexy and playful vibe!

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Have we swayed you with these enchanting looks for caramel balayage hair? Call your stylist today to book an appointment and get ready to show off your smooth and silky caramel hues!

Jennie Gray

Food geek. Certified beer advocate. Troublemaker. Bacon guru. Freelance analyst. Alcoholaholic. Hockey fan, shiba-inu lover, DJ, vintage furniture lover and New School grad. Performing at the intersection of modernism and elegance to create not just a logo, but a feeling. German award-winning designer raised in Austria & currently living in New York City.

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