Want to add zing to your short hair with pretty ombre shades? Stand out from the crowd with these ombre looks for short-haired girls!
If you’re thinking of finally rocking ombre short hair looks, you’ve come to the right place! Whether you’ve recently chopped off your hair or are one of those girls who are looking forward to getting a bob or pixie cut, we’ve got ombre hair ideas just for you. Here are hair pegs to inspire you.
1. Strawberry ombre short hair
This ombre look features a rich pink color at the roots that transitions to lighter shades. At the tips, you can add a dip-dyed blue shade to make your look even more playful. This style allows you to playfully part your hair in various ways as it gives your hair a lot of movement and depth.
Editor’s tip: Keep your ombre color vibrant and long-lasting by using a conditioner made for colored hair. Switch to Cream Silk Color Protect Conditioner, which has a sulfate-free formulation designed to help protect colored hair from dryness and dullness.
2. Gray-brown ombre short hair
If you’re not into vibrant hues, this neutral ombre combo is perfect for you. Try this on a bob or even shoulder-length hair and see how this combo makes your look edgy. Start with dark brown roots then slowly fade to gray at the tips.
Editor’s tip: Make sure your hair has all the nourishment it needs to stay sleek, smooth, and frizz-free by using TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shampoo. It also works on salon-treated hair, so you get straight and manageable hair that looks great with whatever color you choose.
3. Black to dusty blue ombre short hair
For something a little more unique, you can also go for a light, grayish blue color at the tips of your short hair. This exudes a somewhat mysterious vibe, make people do a double-take when they see you.
4. Caramel ombre with flipped hair
Editor’s tip: Nail your flipped-out bob hairstyle by finishing with TRESemmé Freeze Hold Hairspray. Its weather-resistant formulation can make your hairstyle stay in place all day and keep it from unraveling.
5. Multi-colored ombre for pixie hair
This one is for all the gutsy ladies out there who can totally rock this daring hairstyle—a colorful combination of purple, blue, red and yellow. This ombre look involves some strands being dyed a solid color while a few other strands fade into a lighter shade towards the ends of the hair. The best thing about this style: you get to wear rainbow hair while still maintaining your naturally black hair color to ground everything.
6. Blonde ombre layered bob
Another way to look edgy is by getting a short layered bob where the layers look randomly cut. Complete your edgy look by dyeing your hair icy blonde or platinum blonde and getting a bold color to start your ombre with.
Editor’s tip: Bleaching can cause great damage to your hair. Make sure you replenish all the lost moisture and shine your hair with a weekly application of TONI&GUY Damage Repair Mask. Just leave the mask on your hair for three to five minutes before rinsing it off. Easy, right?
7. Black to brown ombre on bob
If you’re not ready to embrace that ombre-colored lifestyle, opt for this soft brown ombre on a short bob haircut. It brings a touch of warmth to your face, with the brown ombre softly framing your jawline.
8. Tri-colored pixie cut with long, side-swept bangs
This ombre for short hair consists of three pastel colors: purple, pink, and light teal green. Each color bands together at the base and gradually lightens towards the tip. This specific palette has a bubbly but gentle feel to it since the colors are youthful and vivid but not bold and in-your-face.
9. Reverse ombre
Ombre doesn’t need to always start with a dark hue. You can do it in reverse! The result is just as dramatic and unique.
10. Two-toned ombre
You can sport a bold look even without getting multi-colored hair. All you need are two strong hues in the same family and combine them in an ombre fashion. This look works best on bobs and lobs so you have enough hair to show off your ombre coloring on.
When it comes to deciding which ombre short hairstyle to go for, always choose the one that makes you comfortable. Whether you go for a more vibrant look or a more muted one, the important thing is that you feel good in your own skin (or hair). And as with all hair coloring technique, don’t forget to take care of your hair. Use hair products especially made for colored hair to help maintain vibrancy in your hair color.