20. Subtle and Wavy Partial Balayage Hair
A partial balayage is a freehand coloring technique, when you apply highlights only to specific areas instead of throughout the whole head — generally, the top layer, or just around the face. Let`s see the best examples of this trend!
There are many reasons why one would choose a partial over a full balayage. One being, there is not as much bleach involved, which means less potential damage to your gorgeous tresses. This makes it a smart option for people who have never colored their hair before but want to achieve that trendy look.
Another reason is that fewer highlights can be understated, because more of your natural hair shows through. You can play with bright and unusual shades without them overpowering your hairstyle.
When considering a full balayage vs partial, one thing to decide is what sort of impact you want your style to make. Are you trying to be bold or more understated? By not committing to a standard balayage, you really give yourself an opportunity for a very subtle, yet still notable, change to your hairstyle.