Welcome, beautiful Morena ladies! Are you ready to explore a world of stunning hair colors for Morena that celebrate your unique beauty? In this fun-filled blog, we’ll dive into the captivating realms of balayage, ombre, single tone, and highlights. Whether you’re 18 or 35 or 55, these hair color trends will inspire and empower you. Get ready to embrace your natural beauty and express your vibrant personality!

Beautiful Balayage Hair Colors for Morena: Embrace the Sun-Kissed Glow

Picture yourself basking in a radiant, sun-kissed glow with the mesmerizing balayage colors designed to enhance your Morena skin.

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Subtle Balayage Color blends with lighter shades of highlights which create additional dimensions that compliments a Morena skin tone.

NOTE: Hair Balayage Color created at the DOT ZERO Hair Studio branch in Makati. Using a color combination of Ash brown to Ash Blonde.

Balayage is a hair coloring technique that creates a natural, sun-kissed effect. It’s perfect for Morena beauties as it adds depth, dimension, and a touch of warmth to your locks. With its hand-painted highlights, balayage achieves a seamless blend that beautifully complements your skin tone. Embrace the low-maintenance nature of balayage and effortlessly flaunt that enviable beach babe look!

The beauty of balayage lies in its versatility. From caramel hues to honey and golden blonde tones, balayage can be customized to suit your style and personality. The gradual color transition creates a soft and natural appearance, enhancing your Morena complexion. Get ready to make heads turn with a hair color that exudes sophistication and elevates your overall look!

Captivating Ombre Colors: Make a Bold Statement

Ready to make a striking statement that reflects your vibrant personality? Look no further than the captivating ombre hair colors!

Ombre Color blends with full and rich lighter shades from the tips blending subtly to a much darker shade flowing towards the top.

NOTE: Hair Ombre Color created at the DOT ZERO Hair Studio branch in Festival Mall, Alabang. Using a color combination Red Copper to Brown.

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Ombre is a hair color trend that features a distinct color transition from dark roots to lighter ends. It’s a fantastic choice for Morena beauties who want to stand out and make a bold impression. With ombre, you can embrace various color combinations, such as chocolate to caramel or espresso to honey blonde, creating a head-turning effect that showcases your confident style.

Ombre allows you to experiment with different shades and intensities, adding drama and depth to your locks. Whether you prefer a subtle gradient or a high-contrast blend, ombre offers endless possibilities to showcase your vibrant personality. Get ready to rock a hair color that makes a statement and sets you apart from the crowd!

Chic Single Tone Hair Colors: Embrace Timeless Elegance

Seeking timeless elegance that accentuates your Morena beauty? Discover the allure of chic single tone hair colors.

Single tone hair colors are all about simplicity and sophistication. With a single shade, you can achieve a cohesive and polished look that complements your Morena complexion. Whether you opt for rich chocolate brown, glossy black, or warm chestnut, single tone colors exude timeless elegance and versatility.

Single tone hair colors provide a seamless and uniform appearance throughout your locks, enhancing your overall style. These hues allow you to experiment with different hairstyles and accessories while maintaining a classic and sophisticated look. Embrace the beauty of simplicity and let your Morena beauty shine with a chic single tone hair color!

Dazzling Highlights: Add a Touch of Radiance

Ready to add a touch of radiance and dimension to your Morena locks? Let’s explore the world of dazzling highlights!

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Full Hair Color with blended Highlights.

NOTE: Hair Color with Highlights created at the DOT ZERO Hair Studio branch in Festival Mall, Alabang. Using a color combination Ash Brown, Light Ash Brown, and hint of Ash Blonde.

Highlights are a fantastic way to add depth and dimension to your hair. Whether you choose subtle face-framing highlights or bold streaks, they can transform your Morena locks and create a radiant effect. Highlights beautifully complement your natural hair color, adding brightness and sparkle to your overall look.

With highlights, you have the freedom to play with different shades and intensities, allowing you to achieve a customized and unique look. From golden highlights that catch the sunlight to ash tones that add cool sophistication, the options are endless. Embrace the power of highlights to enhance your natural beauty and let your Morena hair shine!

Now that you’ve explored the exciting world of hair colors for Morena beauties, it’s time to unleash your inner confidence and embrace your unique style. Whether you choose balayage, ombre, single tone, or highlights, remember that the perfect hair color is the one that makes you feel beautiful and empowered. Embrace the journey of self-expression and let your hair color be a reflection of your vibrant personality. Discover the hair color that speaks to your soul and celebrates your Morena beauty!

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For women who have fair skin or often called mestiza here in the Philippines, choosing the best hair color can be a little hard. Despite of having light skin, it is visible that all colors will suit you even the loud ones.

If you have a fair skin and thinking to have your hair dyed but confused on what to get… well here’s a quick list we made just for you!

1. Vibrant Red

This creative coloring from DOT ZERO Hair Studio – Alabang, Las Piñas compliments your light skin that gives both of your hair and skin a boost to shine together.

This a an advantage to all mestiza out there as you can have loud colors as your hair hue but still look mestiza. Some hair colors can make you lighter or darker so make sure to consult with your hairstylist before you do the move to prevent regrets.

2. Balayage

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Nothing can go wrong with Balayage!

For clarification, since a lot of people are confused between Ombre and Balayage. Ombre is more on coloring the hair horizontally while Balayage is vertically.

While the former is more of a style too, the latter is a technique used by professional hairstylists to make volume the features of your hair

3. Pink

We gotta admit that once in our lives, we all had our dream hair to be pink!

You can always explore the varieties of pink. If you want it to be darker pink then go for it but if you like to have pastel hair, it’ll suit your mestiza skin for sure.

This is best used by e-girls or rockstars who have edgy and cool personalities that are partnered with leather jacket.

4. Ash Gray

This hair color has always been trendy ever since it was discovered by millenials.

Of course, light hair color paired up with your light skin can be a great combination too!

Check The MARS Groups of Salon’s creative works:

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For your next hair salon appointment:

DOT ZERO, Alabang-Las Pinas branch
The Village Square Alabang:
Landline: 8852-1788
Globe: 09662783141 call only,
Smart: 09391432448 call only

DOT ZERO, Makati branch:
8833-4045 /Smart: 09395026449-call only

MARS Starmall, Alabang branch:
8831-6712, Globe: 09152867548, call only
Smart: 09395026452, call only

MARS Tunasan branch:
8808-1412, Globe: 09669902760, call only
Smart: 09395026453 call only

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Are you one of those milktea-holics too? From Coco to Gongcha to Dakasi and many more, try different kinds of Milktea Hair which are trendy this 2020!

BTS aka the hottest and #1 Korean boy group is back with their latest single “Dynamite” last August 21. While it hasn’t been long after the release of their hit song but there is quite a list that BTS and ARMYs achieve together:

  • BTS and Armys achieved the highest number of YouTube views within 24 hours with their 100 million views
  • BTS has the title of “Biggest Spotify Debut of 2020” beating Taylor Swift’s record in the platform
  • “Dynamite” debuted at #1 in the Billboard Hot 100 Chart
  • BTS won 1st consecutively in music shows in Korea
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Every comeback of Korean groups, it has always been a tradition to have new kind of hairstyles to bring a fresh look for their fans. BTS is known for having cool and trendy hairstyles every release of their album and of course Armys went crazy when all teasers of the members were announced.

Kim Taehyung’s Milk Tea Hair

When Kim Taehyung’s teaser was released, Armys can’t help to point out how it resembles a famous drink worldwide, a milktea with boba. This just proves that men can have hair color too!

Milk Tea Hair in Manila


Milk tea hair is a mixture of brown and blonde that brings the golden glow of your complexion. According to Cosmo PH, this style has various kinds that can complement your features.

DOT ZERO & MARS Hair Studio also came up with their entry for the Milktea Hair trend.

They came up with a Milktea hair that used Balayage as a technique. This is to emphasize the various balanced colors used and to showcase the natural-looking highlight effect in the hair. Alongside the technique used, this salon also uses high-end products that can improve and maintain the colors of your hair.

Check out some of @dotzerohairstudio‘s creations for the Milktea Hair trend:

Want to achieve the hair like Kim Taehyung? You can contact them here:

DOT ZERO, Alabang-Las Pinas: 852-1788/ 09662783141/09391432448
DOT ZERO, Makati: 833-4045
MARS Hair Studio, Starmall, Alabang: 831-6712
MARS MARS Hair Studio, Tunasan: 808-1412

ANNOUNCEMENT: MARS Hair Salon, Putatan branch in Muntinlupa city is now OPEN!

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The following hair services are by appointment only:
Fashion Color
Creative Hair Color

The following branches accepts VISA and MASTERCARD credit card and debit payments. We also accept GCASH payments:

DOT ZERO Hair Studio, Makati
DOT ZERO Hair Studio, Alabang @ The Festival Mall Alabang
DOT ZERO Hair Studio, Las Pinas @ SM Southmall
DOT ZERO Hair Studio, Las Pinas @ The Village Square Mall
MARS Effect Hair Studio, Tunasan @ Parkhomes Subdivision (online payment)
MARS Effect Hair Studio, Putatan (online payment)

One of the hair color products we use is called Elgon. Our team are professionally trained and certified using this hair color product, as most of our artistic hair color procedures uses the Elgon brand due to its advantages and vibrant color selections. This includes creating beautiful Balayage, Ombre, and Multi-tone fashion hair colors.

Traditional yet innovative professional color. Deep nuances and a wide range of bright and glamorous colors, for maximum reflections. Thanks to the Silker Complex 3® formula, the hair color is fuller, shinier and longer lasting.


  • Maxi-dose of color provides a more intense, shinier and longer-lasting color
  • Silker Complex 3® is a complex of silk proteins obtained from silk fibers and synthetic polymers: it forms a protective film on the scalp and a hydrophobic barrier on the hair shaft that protects the color from fading due to washing and provides shine.
  • Antioxidants keep the color stable over time
  • Paraben free
  • Dermatologically tested in the Chelab laboratory (Italy) accredited by ACCREDIA and operating in compliance with the UNI CEI EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 standard

1. Remember: Red Dye is Most Susceptible to Color Loss – – Red hair colors tend to fade faster because they have the largest molecules. The molecule size makes it more difficult for red dyes to penetrate deeply into the hair, thus they dissipate more rapidly. So when going for a red hue, be sure to have your stylist use hair color that maximizes high-definition color results with minimum stress to the hair’s cuticle.
2. Shampoo Your Color-Treated Hair Less Frequently – – To prevent water from washing away your vibrant color, the answer is simple: Wash your hair less often. To retain those natural oils that help condition your color-treated hair, shampoo just two or three times per week, and never more than every other day. This will help your color last longer and help maintain health in your colored hair.

3. On the In-Between Days, Use a Color-Safe Dry Shampoo on Color-Treated Hair – — To help keep color-treated hair looking fresh, flip your hair over and spray dry shampoo at the roots to soak up oil.

4. After Coloring, Wait 2 Days Before You Shampoo – When you color your hair, wait at least 48 hours to shampoo, preferably longer. If you can go three or four days before shampooing, even better. This will give the color plenty of time to set.

5. When You Don’t Shampoo, Keep Your Hair Dry in the Shower — During those off days, wear a shower cap to keep your color-treated hair from getting wet while showering as this can cause some color to fade. Or, pull your hair up into a loose bun or a ponytail to protect it from getting wet.

6. Turn Down the Water Temperature When Shampooing Color-Treated Hair – When you shampoo, stick to lukewarm or cooler water temperatures. Super-hot water leeches dye out of hair faster and strips the color because it opens the surface of the hair strand.

7. Skip Shampoo and Go Straight to Conditioner From Time to Time Try Using Conditioner Only on Color-Treated Hair Sometimes – If you can, consider using moisturizing conditioner only on your color-treated hair. Shampoo can take more color from your hair more than conditioner.

8. Condition Every Time You Shampoo Color-Treated Hair – When you do shampoo, be sure to condition your color-treated hair every time with a color-protecting conditioner. Conditioned hair will help your color look shinier and more even.

9. Avoid Sulfates on Color-Treated Hair – Sulfates can strip color from hair, so look for a sulfate-free shampoo. Sulfates contain salt, which strip away moisture, and moisture loss is one of the main causes of color fading.

10. Use Clarifying Shampoos on Color-Treated Hair Only Before Coloring – Clarifying shampoos can strip hair color because contain a high level of detergent in order to deep cleanse and remove build-up of dirt and hair styling products, so avoid using them unless it’s right before you are going to have your hair colored. If you have gray hair you are covering, look for a clarifying shampoo that removes hairspray resins, silicone, and waxes.

11. Use the Best Conditioner on Color-Treated Hair – If you don’t use a conditioner specially formulated for color-treated hair, you won’t get the results you want. Because color-treated hair has a different chemistry than its virgin counterparts, you’ll need to use a color-protecting conditioner. Conditioners with oils can help resist fading and create a protective barrier on color-treated tresses. In addition, there are conditioners that are formulated specifically to prevent premature fading in color-treated hair.

12. Apply Leave-In Treatments to Protect Color-Treated Hair – Using a leave-in conditioning treatment can help detangle your hair and protect it from heat tools, the elements and other damaging forces. Look for leave-in conditioners that are specially formulated to protect color-treated hair. This is particularly important if you frequently use blow dryers, curling or straightening irons or if you spend a lot of time near a heater or in the sun.

13. Prepare Your Color-Treated Hair for the Next Color Process with Clarifying Shampoo – A couple of weeks before you get your next hair color treatment, use masks and deep-conditioning treatments so your hair is strong and ready to receive color. Then shampoo with a clarifying shampoo just before your appointment.

14. Prepare Color-Treated Hair for Hot Tool Usage with Heat-Protecting Products — If you use blow dryers and irons on your hair, make sure that the hair is completely dry before using heat so it won’t cook from the inside out. Prepare the hair with a fortifying leave-in conditioner and finish with a protective hairspray.

15. Use Less Heat On Your Hair Whenever Possible — Dyed hair is more susceptible to damage, so avoid using blow dryers, curling irons or straightening irons as much as possible. Whenever you can, let your color-treated hair dry naturally. If you must blow dry your colored hair, keep it on the lowest heat setting. If your blow dryer has a cool blast setting, use that instead.

16. Use Products With UV Protection to Protect Your Hair From the Sun — Whatever the season, the sun’s rays can fade hair color. Try to avoid long exposures to the sun, but when you are outside on a bright day, care for your color-treated hair by using products containing UV protectors.

17. Avoid Chlorine on Color-Treated Hair – If you spend much time in a swimming pool, wet your dyed hair and apply a protective leave-in conditioner before you get wet to help prevent the chlorine from damaging your color, because the chemicals in chlorine can build up and cause hair color—especially lighter colors–to shift to an unattractive green hue. Or, wear a swim cap to keep your hair dry.

18. If Your Hair is Damaged, Don’t Skip Regular Trims – If your dyed locks are frizzy, your hair may be damaged. The best way to keep your color-treated hair looking its healthiest is to get regular cuts or trims. You don’t have to get a super short cut; just enough to keep frayed ends at bay.

Balayage in Manila – Can you pull off ombre or balayage hair?

Balayage in Manila – Ombre and balayage are some hair color terms that are getting attention around a lot right now. While ombre hair coloring is generally focus on the lower half of your hair, balayage involves adding chunks of color into your hair vertically and creating a sun-kissed color tone. Both techniques are popular, but the question is, are they are for you? These are some signs you can pull them off.

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You are ready for a change.

Both of these hair coloring methods are different to your basic color and highlight. It’s important to note that ombre is generally a more dramatic look than balayage, but both are unique styles in their own right. One sign that ombre or balayage is for you is that you’re ready for a change. You’ve had the same hairstyle forever and you’re done with it. You know that changing it up is exactly what you need.

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Your hair is healthy.

Any type of hair color can be damaging to your hair. Usually this is minimal and your hair can be quickly restored with some good conditioner. You may not want to do any type of hair color if your hair is is too dry. It’s best to work on getting your hair healthy first. But if your hair is currently healthy then you’ve got the go ahead for ombre or balayage.

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You’re adventurous when it comes to hairstyles.

Ombre and balayage are a bit more adventurous than your basic highlight. If you’re adventurous when it comes to your hair then these may be a good fit for you. Ombre may probably require a bit more of an adventurous spirit since it’s basically a two-tone look. It can have some softness that blurs the lines, but it’s not something that just blends in. If you’re feeling bold then this look’s right for you.


You love the look of mixed color in your hair.

If you want your hair to be all one color then this isn’t going to be the right choice. However, if you love mixed color in your hair then these color options will fit you well. You like to keep things spiced up in the hair department and mixing in different colors is a way to do that. Both ombre and balayage can be a lot of fun. It can give your self-confidence a boost and who doesn’t love that?


Dramatic changes don’t scare you.

I’m going to admit that I’m not good at going dramatic with my hair. I want to be brave, but I often chicken out. However, if you’re brave and dramatic changes don’t scare you then go for it! You may be the type of girl who loves something different and dramatic. I admire you!

You have an edgy style.

If you have a bit of an edgy style then these color options will fit you perfectly. This is especially true of ombre. Balayage has its own unique look, but it’s more natural than ombre. There’s no doubt that you’ve made a dramatic change to your hair when you go for ombre hair coloring. If edgy has always been the term that fits you, then this hair color choice is the right one.

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You’re ready for the attention.

Tired of being a blend in girl? These hair color choices are sure to make you a stand out girl. Although the balayage is subtle, it’ll still make others notice something’s different. It may take them a bit to put their finger on it, but people will pay attention to you. That’s part of the fun of being a girl.

These are 7 signs that the ombre or balayage trend may be right for you. What do you think? Are you ready to make the jump into one of these hair color options?

Balayage in Manila – Need additional information?

You can contact us or visit any of our branches in Manila for a free hair consultation. Please call us if you would like to schedule an appointment:

Landline: 8852-1788
Globe: 09662783141
Smart: 09391432448

Or, you can send us a message from our facebook page at facebook.com/DotZeroHairStudioByMars.