Are you planning your next hair-color adventure?
Here are the coolest, easiest hair color trends to go for.
This is the classic ombré hair color. This is your natural grow out hair that blends in with the rest of your lighter hair color. Shadow roots are versatile, working with any highlighted look, like brunette, red, blond, or even platinum without highlights. Just make sure your roots are toned to your natural color for an easier grow out and blending.
Dark Honey Blonde
This a soft, natural-looking golden-blond color. The highlights are more blended to make the color look less highlighted and more like it’s lightened all over. The creamy honey color applies to many skin tones. And if you don’t want to go full blond, this color is like a subtle balayage, adding some dimension. The chocolate brown base with caramel color is nice for the summer.
Pink is an easy color to apply and looks pretty on everyone, and can last the summer, looking great throughout all stages of washing out. The color suits most people and is not too loud. If you have a dark base, just lighten it up before adding the pink. See if your skin tone matches the shade of pink. For brunettes and blondes, use it as a highlight shade.
It’s the summery color of the past months. If you are just coming out of quarantine, these are the highlights for you – bright, face-framing colors – for the bright, bold change. Because it’s close to the roots around the hairline and throughout your hair, it will still grow out well. It blends with a lot of your natural color. Maybe you want that added balayage effect, experiment with a more natural version of the chunky highlights trends, ask for subtly thicker pieces around the face.
New Strawberry Blond
A beautiful red that’s darker than the usual strawberry blond but lighter and a little more natural than the bright coppers. If you are a lighter or darker redhead, this is something different to try. The color can also be used as a highlight shade for brunettes or blondes.