Post # 1
When I read Ombre somewhere around here I just think of a man lol (Hombre= spanish for man)
Post # 3
@AnaA: Lol me too! It means that a color or tone gradually changes from light to dark or dark to light. My hair is that way right now since I’ve been growing it out for a year and a half now 😛
Post # 4
@LovelyLee: Ohhh, thanks! Had no idea lol 😀
Post # 5
A lot of women “ombre” their hair. Dark roots with light or blonde as it gets closer to the tip.
Post # 7
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Lol! I never noticed it before ha. But yeah, like pp mention its color gradient.
Post # 8
“Une ombre” is French for “shade” or “shadow”. So shaded material, etc., is referred to as “ombre”.
Post # 9
@atreyu547: I knew it had something to do with color, but I actually thought it was a color, like nude or blush or something, but more like in a gold shade. Lol