Pennies not being once they once were the thought of spending about £100 having this done in a salon wasn't the option.
A complete home dye rookie, I decided to give it a go.
Once I'd completed this step and rinsed it off - I too was having second thoughts but you have to continue on the process.
I then picked a really light brown dye, as I didn't want to go from dark roots, to complete blonde and thought a lightest brown would be better.
I used John Frieda light golden brown - as it was on offer for £5 -
The final step was to apply a dark chocolate brown to the top of my head - I decided I wanted to have my Ombré going lighter from about my ears.
I chose a Live XXL dye in chesnut - this too was on offer for £4
I used a tin of vaseline to edge my face and on my ears as well as on the lengths of my hair I wanted to protect from the dye, just in case of dripping - as vaseline stops the dye from sticking.
I then carefully applied this to the top of my head and along the length to my ears.
This was the most difficult part but I found the vaseline helped and I also used a comb to comb it through the top sections off my hair.
When I had completed all these steps - I rinsed the dye off - for a final Ombré look -
Have you tried ombré yet, what do you think of the trend?