Saturday, April 23, 2016

Hair Color Trends Worth Remembering


After a few years of cool blonde shades popping up all over, warm blondes are making a comeback. "Think more buttery beige and sandy blondes, less icy blondes," says celebrity stylist Brian O'Connor.



Hair trends come and go but some are worth remembering.
Good Housekeeping has selected 30 hair color trends from 2016 and we have picked a few that we believe are here to stay.





                                       Buttery Blonde                                   

With "snowlight" highlights, shimmering pieces of pale blonde scatter across the top of the head like — you guessed it — snow. Try this to get a sparkling lift for your summer hair color.
                                                  

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

  Rose Gold


Ready to try the hair trend that's taking over Instagram? Rose gold hair is a pretty, ethereal shade of pink-tinted blonde that's being worn by celebs like Emma Roberts. It's so radiant, it lights up your whole look — even if you're not wearing any makeup!
  












          Snow Light

Get ready to see this French word, meaning "copper," all over the place as this shimmery shade gets big in 2016. "The cuivre trend of reflective intense copper is going to be the most popular shade of red in 2016," says Rick Wellman, Schwarzkopf Professional Representative. "Think Julianne Moore with amped-up intensity and tons of glossiness."
                                           Cuivre Red




Ombre is everywhere, but hairstylists are always finding new ways to reinvent this versatile style. "The ecaille, or tortoiseshell, technique will be strong in 2016," says hairstylist Ed Blum of Makeovers Salon + Spa. "This takes three or more sympathetic shades and working them through the hair to create movement." Bonus: if you have thin hair, Blum says this style can add dimension and give the appearance of more volume.













Ecaille Blend



If you've always wanted to go dark with your hair, now's the time. "Brown hair colors will be more woodsy, ranging from chocolate to espresso," says Giselle of Pierre Michel. If you're stressed about the dullness of your hair, ask your colorist to apply a color gloss for added shine.
                                                      

                                             Woody Brown                                 












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