New Ideas for Black Ombre Hair

Black is a hot hair color for different ombre effects. While blonde hair makes an excellent base for various pastel hues, black tresses provide the best state for trendy ombre patterns. If you are fond of natural dark hair colors, you may consider trying black fades into browns, reds or even blondes. Long hair is bonus for black ombre. With your black hair you can transition to any color of your preference including unnatural bold tones. You don’t have to worry about grown out roots plus your ombre will last for months. Check out these black ombre ideas and get inspired from.New Ideas for Black Ombre HairBlack to Grey Ombre

If you are not ready to go all over grey, consider this ombre idea. You can create a statement hairdo with black hair that uses hues of grey at the tips. Note that mid-shaft sports different hue of grey that injects some interest into the style. This ombre is worn on medium-length haircut that has been styled in waves. Pointy waves bring out the beauty of color combination.Black to Grey OmbreBlue Tipped Black Hair

It is the highest moment to think out of the box to create a mind-blowing ombre pattern. Well, that’s true black-blonde ombre is gorgeous but everyone goes for it. Wouldn’t you like to pull off something different? This less dramatic but super interesting option will definitely meet your desires. A deep midnight blue is a stunning addition to shiny black hair with a multidimensional finish.Blue Tipped Black HairBlack to Red Ombre

This red hue is just adorable. Well, whether red is a favorite color of brunettes or not it looks absolutely gorgeous on dark strands. If you have already experimented with red highlights then it is the best moment to go for stunning ombre. This particular picture can serve as a good source of inspiration. Darker roots reduce the maintenance of ombre.Black to Red OmbreBlack to Light Brown Ombre

This elegant option of black ombre is good for ladies who don’t want to go far from their natural hair color. It is all about dark roots and light tips. Anyway if you are planning to re-create it ask your colorist for a smooth transition from dark roots to light brown tips. At least it is a low-maintenance look that doesn’t require lots of care.Black to Light Brown OmbreBlack to Pink Ombre

Women, who think brunettes can’t rock pastel shades, should see this picture. If you have already had lighter tips then you can easily achieve washed out pink tips otherwise you will have to bleach your strands. This ombre will give you a little bit of edgy and bold touch but it will increase your femininity as well.Black to Pink Ombre

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