Hair Color Trends The New You

Hair Color Trends The New You

Hair Color Trends the​ New You
Current hair color trends are defined within the​ move towards relaxed glamour . ​
Healthy,​ shiny hair,​ with lots of​ movement,​ yet still well groomed . ​
Color is​ defined its either pastel blondes,​ in​ clean,​ icy tones . ​
or​ cool browns,​ or​ brilliant reds . ​
the​ move has definitely been away from red browns,​ although if​ thats a​ personal choice,​ or​ suits your skin tone best,​ Don't be a​ slave to​ fashion!
Here are some ideas to​ incorporate the​ latest hair color trends into your style
Double sided coloring underneath,​ choose a​ darker color like chocolate,​ and​ over the​ top,​ and​ for​ most of​ the​ hair,​ choose lighter shades like copper and​ bronze . ​
the​ darker color will frame your face,​ and​ if​ you​ go for​ any flicks or​ curls when styling,​ youll see it​ contrasted against the​ lighter colors . ​
But the​ main colors when hair is​ straightened will be the​ lighter ones . ​
Its great for​ variety . ​

Try color combinations like coffee,​ honeycomb and​ golden syrup for​ a​ more subtle,​ layered effect . ​

For brunettes who like their chocolate browns,​ try a​ few golden highlights to​ break up the​ block of​ chocolate,​ unless your face and​ skin color can handle the​ density of​ such a​ rich dark color . ​
it​ really helps define your hair style,​ and​ is​ much easier to​ wear . ​

If you​ like very dark colors,​ try a​ brown black instead of​ a​ straight black . ​
or​ get your hairdresser to​ mix in​ some blue black into the​ brown black to​ give it​ more intensity,​ but without the​ harshness of​ a​ solid black that is​ not flattering to​ all skin tones . ​
Also,​ try mixing in​ some caramel and​ pinkred foils with a​ violet brown black base . ​
if​ theyre used creatively,​ and​ with restraint,​ you​ can keep the​ overall look very dark and​ mysterious,​ with a​ few hints of​ color showing . ​

For blondes,​ try mixing golden blonde with a​ very light ash . ​
or​ for​ a​ more subtle but contrasting look,​ have the​ ends of​ a​ bob colored a​ pale pastel coral . ​

If you​ want to​ try platinum shades,​ instead of​ going for​ a​ harsher white white,​ try a​ softer platinum white tinted slightly with pink . ​

For a​ pretty natural blonde look,​ try splicing a​ few clove and​ light ash foils through a​ pale,​ golden base shade . ​

Redheads Go for​ a​ rich,​ fiery copper with a​ darker brown underneath,​ like clove . ​
This works well on​ long hair and​ mid length hair . ​

For another red combination,​ try cayenne,​ nutmeg and​ paprika . ​

For really vibrant colors mixed with a​ darker base,​ away from the​ coppers,​ try a​ pink red combination of​ cassis and​ raspberry coulis . ​

For something a​ little more outrageous and​ individual,​ go for​ a​ brightly colored fringe,​ say in​ pink,​ and​ a​ few purple ends . ​

If you​ want something quite striking,​ but not so colorful,​ just go for​ a​ lighter than usual highlight . ​
as​ long as​ its tastefully done,​ itll look great . ​
Don't try this at​ home!!!
When choosing colors,​ be aware of​ whether its a​ warm shade or​ a​ cool shade . ​
and​ keep in​ mind how much of​ each color is​ going to​ be on​ your hair . ​
Which shade,​ or​ tone,​ do you​ want the​ dominant one to​ be? Do you​ want a​ subtle effect,​ or​ a​ more striking one? Unless the​ contrasting color is​ going to​ be in​ small amounts,​ keep warm tones together,​ and​ cool tones together,​ irrespective of​ whether they are blond,​ brown,​ black or​ red . ​
for​ example,​ chocolate brown highlights look good with warm vanilla,​ even though the​ colors themselves are quite distinct . ​

You can use different tones together . ​
But it​ depends on​ both your skin tone,​ the​ way the​ colors are applied,​ and​ how much of​ each are used . ​
if​ youre going for​ this approach,​ think of​ the​ contrasting tone as​ a​ painter would,​ and​ be judicious about its placing . ​

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Hair Color Trends The New You

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