om•bré adjective \ˈäm-ˌbrā\: having colors or tones that shade into each other
All fall and winter, the ombré look got more and more impressive. Several celebrities have their hair professionally done, getting their dark hair to gradient light at the bottom. Some even did the reverse. Others did a vivid color, including myself. Just because we follow the trend, does not mean we must get it done at a salon always. Some hair salons give an estimate of over $100 just to get the ombré done. It usually requires bleaching beforehand, and dying the bottom gradually (depending on the hair and colors).
But really, the DIY project can really save you money. Even if you do need to bleach, all you need to do is buy that and the dye really. At the most you would be spending about $20 at the most, that includes dyes, gloves, brush and bowl (if you don’t already have some.) Doing this yourself does not mean that you need to be a professional, that is what those tutorial videos are for that ladies make all the time.
Have you got it professionally done? Will you give this a try yourself? Either way, it’s never too late to be daring.