It's an Ombré epidemic-get on board!
Ombré locks have been sported on all lengths and textures of hair by the fashion forward folks
Drew Barrymore, seen here hanging out in a skatepark for Instyle Mag, has a dramatic ombré on her shoulder length, messy 'do...
Look at her lips carefully and you'll notice a subtle ombré lip too!
Killin' it Drew!
For the short haired gal that wants to try the ombré, do it! It's a subtle effect that creates drama and depth.
The Ombré doesn't have to be just browns and blonde- try creating a temporary ombré effect with funky colors like pink and teal.
Kevin Murphy's color bugs should do the trick! And it washes out with one rinse, so you can try all the colors.
If you missed Tuesday's blog, get back there and read it! We taught you how to achieve an ombré lip. Today we show you other variations of this hot trend!
The red lip ombré is stunning!
Your lips are the main attraction when eyes are kept soft and subtle.
This Ombré Lip found in Nylon Magazine uses both the top and bottom lip for the full ombré effect. Plums to fuschia to nude
paired with a soft pink blush and gold eyes keeps the pout a focal point
Adding gold shimmer to this orange lip creates a look that is nothing short of striking!
Monochromatic eyes and blush is just what this look needed!
Ombré on the Bod
This emerald green Foley + Corinna dress is a must-have!
Tights are an essential item for everyone- in a variety of colors, might as well have them all!
Support an Etsy shop by purchasing your Ombré tights at BZRshop
Ombré wedges in plum to black....*gasp*
Happy Friday everyone-
Get your Ombré on!
Much Love From,
The Artists Within Girls XO
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