Top Hair Color Trends For Women
When it comes to beauty trends, nothing is ever really out. That being said, there are looks that naturally come and go – especially when it comes to hair color.
Thanks to social media, it’s easy to see that all of a sudden, your friends, favorite influencers, celebrities; and even regular folks are getting dye jobs in similar; gorgeous shades. That’s how trends are born, after all.
Which got us thinking: How can we get ahead of what’s next in hair color? You can do that by heading directly to the experts, of course.
If you’re looking for an easy way to spruce up or totally reinvent your look; changing up your hair color is one surefire way to do it. But with so many different styles, shades; and coloring techniques out there; choosing exactly how you want your hair to look is often the hardest part of the process even if it was on ponytail.
Here are some ideas for the newest hair color or hairstyle:
First we have the Dirty Brunette
You’ve heard of dirty blondes, but have you heard of dirty brunettes? “I think we’re going to see a lot of the trend in this year; the hue is a natural-looking brunette color that incorporates dark blonde pieces with a more neutral, smoky vibe. It’s not warm or cool – it’s somewhere in the middle. The hair is still a rich, pretty brown; but it’s illuminated with neutral highlights.
Second the Faded Pastel
The trend of faded pastel is loved because it’s more of a wash of color; as opposed to a saturated pastel. It’s less of a commitment and looks just like a little blush on the hair. Also it’s a hint or even a cast. Plus it’s easy done and looks great and modern.
Third we have the Living Coral
For an easy living coral hue at home, try a color-depositing conditioner; such as overtone’s pastel orange deep treatment. On blonde and light-brown hair; it’ll turn strands a light peach. It oscillates between medium-brown and blonde shades.
Fourth the Dusty Copper
While red hair is always stunning, a professional hairstylist says many clients shy away from the hue because they think it comes off too “fiery.” Dusty copper hair, on the other hand; still gives you that gorgeous red shade; but a little bit toned down. He also describes the color as looking as if it’s muted by dry shampoo – in a good way. You can add copper to almost any color to achieve this look; but this dusty copper hue is a seriously pretty change. Keep a shade like this from fading with a color-depositing shampoo.
Fifth the Blackberry
Blackberry hair is a look folks loved in last year, and we don’t see any reason why the playful dark hue won’t be around in this year. This particular dye job, done by Maryland-based hairstylist Megan Schipani; has the obvious purple tones; but it also includes a little blue to give it some dimension. While this blackberry shade is great if you have dark hair and want a little color. When you start doing more blue tones; it needs to be even lighter because if you put blue on yellow hair it will [turn] green.
Sixth Honey-Golden Blonde
This is going to be big because last year was the year of platinum-ashy blondes. Give your hair a break and go darker with your blonde hue; like this warm, golden-honey color. Don’t be afraid of a warm-blonde tone.
Then the Iced Caramel Latte
Blonde is always going to be in, but this “iced caramel latte” color. It is a particularly delicious-looking iteration of the trend. The looks are a marriage of warm and cool, a mixture of ash; and butter blonde, swirled in with brown hues. It is a technique that is mostly surface painting and allows for a beautiful grow-out phase. The end result looks like the yummy caffeinated beverage with just the right amount of milk.
Then we have the Honey Rose
Warm strawberry coppers and blondes will be huge this season. Make sure you do a test run before taking the plunge. If you want to try this start out with a gloss so you can see how it will look on your skin .The perfect mix of rosy blond should be done more often.
The last style is the ginger beer is the red-orange hair-color trend you is about to fall in love with. It screams autumn. Long gone are the days you can ask your hairstylist to just make you a blonde, brunette, or redhead. It’s the right year, and that means hair colors are inspired by seasonal foods that will leave you looking gorgeous.
Whether you’re leaning towards going lighter with blonde, transforming into a rich brunette, having a go at red hair, or even learning how to get grey hair make sure to follow the latest trends.