It’s a built-in highlighter that makes your cheekbones pop.
Ombré color pairs well with Victoria’s Secret-length hair, but the look also complements shorter styles like no other. With a cropped hairdo, the gradient starts at your temples and the lightened, bottom half of your hair will accentuate your cheekbones. It’s a built-in highlighter that rivals Fenty Beauty’s Trophy Wife. Click through to see how Beyoncé, Kiernan Shipka, and more of your favorite celebs wear their chopped styles in faded perfection, here.
Two thumbs up for ombré that’s more dip-dyed tips than gradual fade. (Love the combo of chestnut brown and snowy platinum, too.)
The gorgeous ombré with chunky amber blonde highlights frames the singer’s face just so.
Benson has rocked an ombré for a long time now, recently changing up the look with a fresh, shoulder-skimming cut.
The natural brunette kept it blonde (on the ends) for most of 2017.
Hudgens’ ombré has three colors and nicely goes from black to brown to blonde.
Alba wears her shoulder-grazing cut with a flattering ombré dyed with golden undertones.
Queen Bey’s faded bob swiftly transitions from her dark roots into to a honeyed blonde at the crown of her head.
From root to tips, Shipka went for an ashy gradient that compliments her cool-toned complexion.
This wearable look from Hilary Duff fades from her natural blonde into a buttery yellow.
Graham’s hair is a prime example of the ombré look: Her brunette roots softly fade into a smokey blonde.
Dunn’s caramel ombré is made even more dramatic with this glam bob. To get the same look, curl both sides in the same direction with the ends flipped upward.
Hudgens’ ombré hair is accented with face-framing toffee highlights.
Clarke nails a winning combination: beach waves and sun-kissed ombré.
Short ombré hair works great as a half-up, as Hyland proves. With the upper half of your hair pulled back, your crown will only show your dark roots and the lighter bottom half will brighten your face.