With trips to the salon now becoming a real treat, you could be swapping blow-drys and trims for colourful, bold looks. These days almost any hair colour is possible, so you must stay clued up on the latest colour trends for this season.
Here are five colours that your clients will love!
A mix between ginger, brown and blonde, ginger brunette looks amazing on all hair types. This beautiful toasted colour is particularly flattering on warm skin tones or a great option for giving strawberry blonde hair a boost.
Perhaps influenced by the green neon look rocked by Billie Elish, bright neon hair has increased in popularity this year. Whether it’s permanent or semi-permanent, after months of lockdown clients are more likely to think outside the box and hair fun with their hair. Shocking pink, bright blue, highlighter yellow and lime are just a handful of UV colour you should look out for.
Platinum blonde and grey hair is always a trend during winter and looks amazing on short and long hair. It is often paired with silver, white or blue hue but the colour can be made more intense or subtle depending on the client’s preference, either way creating a striking style and beautiful shimmer.
Balayage styles have become a common request among brunette clients. Adding caramel highlights through the front, middle and ends of the hair creates warmth and dimension – the results speak for themselves.
Pinks and pastels
Pink hair was a real trend just a few years ago but it doesn’t seem to have left! Baby pink and even rose gold are a firm favourite among blonde clients as it adds a pop of colour without being too dramatic. Other pastel shades such as lilac and lavender can also look very pretty and make the perfect choice for spring.
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