Generally speaking, trends don’t really change, they shift. After a full year of cozy hues in 2017, colorists are seeing folks embrace warmer tones, go for unconventional shades, and also make subtle changes to really give their natural features a boost. Take a look!
Sporting a very subtle, gradual change of color from the crown of your head to the extra-blonde tips will put you en pointe.
Here is a curly pink hairstyle with deep dark roots. Can you hold yourself back from going to a barber shop?
Selena Gomez recently debuted her bleached blonde hair with natural dark roots and we think it’s safe to say that is the first of a lot of root trends in 2018. The trend is to dye roots a color that will have them melt into your natural hair color. For example, these pink roots work well with the platinum blonde look.
Orangey tones a good choice for blondes. The top lighter color contrasts with the darker bottom layer giving a different look from different angles.
This style can be achieved by highlighting the roots and ensuring that the rosy shade fades into a subtle blush at the tips. Try bleaching first for that extra pop!
A bright, natural-redhead orange shade combined with peachy strawberry blonde can make you look both sweet and chic.
It’s fantastic to kick off the New Year with this cool and beautiful hair color. Blend blorange and smoked peach with both tangerine and charcoal hues. You won’t regret it.
Another trending color in 2018 and one that is suitable for women of all ages is pumpkin spice (also known as “gingersnap hair”). This color will give your hair a multidimensional look by painting varying shades of golden blonde or chestnut over copper strands, making them reminiscent of shimmery fall leaves in the sunlight.
If you are born with naturally curly hair, you might be upset about being constrained to only a few limited styles. But hold on a moment, don’t you know that things can really be changed by dying your hair? For example, why not try this purplish red color, paired perfectly with ringlets.
This burnt orange, notch rose gold with purple layers is an excellent choice to keep you in tune with your natural elegance.
Pink hair has been around for a few years, and it is showing no sign of going away. It’s a perfect way to refresh grown-out hair, and can be achieved with balayage techniques to even out your hair color tone.
If you’re platinum blonde and looking to have some fun, why not consider amethyst roots. But remember to incorporate some color at the root in order to extend the time between touch-ups. Doing so will save your hair’s health.
This hair color may remind you of Melisandre, (The Red Woman) – a fictional character in A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones) who has fiery red hair. It certainly leaves a deep impression on anyone who takes even a simple glance at you.
This hair color works on pale skin as it lights up your complexion and makes you look both young and vibrant.
Chocolate is widely used in the hair and it works well with a dark hue like this.
Blonde-gray hair color is not a bright color, but it will make you look elegant, refined when grounded by a solid inch of nearly-black roots. Just take a look Evan Rachel Wood, whose hair color is out of this world.
In this style these colors are used in a softer, less bold way. The usage of purple highlights on both sides gives the whole look a refreshing feeling.
If you’re fond of being a little bit special, this color might be your dish – an ombre style and an unnatural shade shown off by hairstylist Kendall Noel. Her smokey lilac hair color transitions from a deep grayish purple down to a pale, foggy lavender, which looks mysterious to our eye.
Emma Stone is good at choosing her hairstyles as well as hair colors. Take for example the Pillowy soft blonde, which slims her face and complements her skin color. Generally speaking, soft shades look graceful, gentle and casual. So this hair color might be what you are looking for.
This color reminds you of ocean’s jewels, both pure and clean. What’s more it works on all shades of blonde ranging from gold to platinum.