Ombre is not an invention of the contemporary hipstress or of the manic pixie dream girl. However, versions of this delightful style have started cropping up in more daring colors of late. Blue ombre, with its indirect references to fantasy creatures like mermaids and fairies, is all the rage with the younger set these days. It’s nowhere near as difficult to pull off as it may seem: all you need is a good colorist/stylist and a shade of blue you actually like.
#16: Subtle Blue-Black
Midnight blue is a perfect option for women who are trying to repair damaged or bleached hair. By going darker, you avoid the risk of further damage, and it reflects shine better which makes it appear healthier. The shade may look black indoors, but once outside the blue streaks will shine.