Black ombre hair comes right in when you decide that you want to go for a dramatic change. Yet, it may get confusing on what to do and what will suit you best. Not to mention that you may be at a loss regarding the latest trends. That is where we come in! We hope you’ll enjoy the latest and trendiest suggestions gathered here!


Purple Black Ombre

Deep Purple and Blue Highlights
by @hairbybiancarose
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by @76amy
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by @theoryhairsalon

Silver ombre hair is quite popular these days. And there is no wonder why. Just one look at this black to gray transition can make you speechless! Besides, different length looks different, and that is a great advantage, too.


Black To Brown Ombre

Side Parted Long Bob with Black to Brown Ombre
by @balayageombre
Black to Brown Ombre picture1
by @number_76
Black to Brown Ombre picture3
by @hairluvbytiffany
Black HAir With Dark Brown Highlights
by @hairbysalah

If you consider black and blonde hair combination, then there is a good suggestion for you in store. It is hard to believe but ash blonde combined with black looks super trendy. Besides, no commitment is involved.

Cool Black Ombre

Black To Dirty Blonde Ombre
by @girly_hairstudio<

If you are looking for something edgy yet elegant, then the combination of fire and earth is totally for you. The black fading into red will create that charming look everyone seeks for.


Highlighted Black Hair

 Black Hair With Brown Balayage
by @hairbyrachelmae_
Highlighted Black Hair picture2
by @hairluvbytiffany

If you are still wondering whether you should or shouldn’t go for something dramatic, then brown ombre is totally for you. The black to brown transition is very subtle, not to mention that it looks gorgeous.

Cold and Warm Black Ombre

Cold Black Ombre picture1
by @thehairstandard
Black To Gold Blonde Ombre
by @sarah_smithhairstudio
Cold Black Ombre picture2
by @number_76
Cold Black Ombre picture3
by @hugosalon
Black To Blue Ombre Hair
by @hairbyrachelmae_

We couldn’t leave out those who are in love with all the bright colors that are trending these days, by the way. The combination of purple and black looks not only unusual but also very feminine.


Bright Colors on Black Hair

Black Hair With Blue And Pink Highlights
by @novoarte
Black And Red Hair
by @novoarte
Bright Colors on Black Hair picture2
by @bree.little
Bright Colors on Black Hair picture3
by @bree.little

Bring some fun to your black locks by adding bold colors. More subtle shades will rock no worse.

Black Ombre to Try

Black Hair With Chestnut Highlights
by @hairbysalah
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by @muhamed_balasiev

Black ombre looks especially gorgeous if you wave your hair a little. Thus, every hue will sparkle.

Black & Dark Red

Black & Dark Red Fiery #blackhair #ombre
Black & Dark Red Long #blackhair #ombre

Nothing can compare to seductively bright red shades when it comes to enhancing the depth of profound black colors. You can apply them as a saturated ombre to create some drama on your hair, play around with reddish pastels for a more harmonic look, and even create your own mix of red, orange, and pink shades to put the icing on your black cake.

Ways to Take Your Black Ombre Hair to the Next Level
enable @hairshaftralph


FAQ: Black Ombre Hair

Can black hair ombre?

You can achieve ombré hair at home, even if your hair is black. You’ll need to use bleach to lighten the ends of your hair first. Try the L’Oréal Paris Colorista Ombré Bleach, which is designed to create a stunning ombré effect.

Which ombre color is right for black hair?

Choose purple color for inspiration. It will give you a mysterious but approachable edge. Reds and browns are flattering on all hair types, and burgundy is a safe bet if you’re new to ombré. Dark green is the ideal complement to lustrous black hair, giving it a multifaceted appearance.

Is ombre hair still in style?

For the last 12 months, the Ombre style has been the hottest hair trend, and as we enter another season, it’s clear that it’s here to stay. The ombre trend is going strong on high streets and catwalks around the world, and it’s easy to understand why.