Summer is when we do things under the warmth of the sun. That includes our hair is warm too. A new season is a perfect time to shake things up by refreshing your hair color. If you’re in the market to try something new, take a cue from these hair color ideas this 2018.
One of the newest addition to 2018’s hair color trends is not your typical blonde. There’s no denying that this effortless cool 90s-inspired shade is getting big this year. Cornsilk blonde and ash brown layer together for a rocker-chic vibe that practically begs you to neglect root touch-ups. Also, the highlights and lowlights versatility can be adjusted to suit any skin tone making this an accessible answer to last year’s high-maintenance platinum.
Copper hair is rising in popularity in salons and on social media making it the go-to color for this summer. The trending metallic shade of red is the easiest way to enhance your complexion for the warmer months. This summer, ginger’s a winner especially neon copper shades like a Renaissance-esque red wave.
Give mahogany strands a springtime sprucing up by working ribbons of milk chocolate and caramel through the mid-lengths and ends of hair. By blending the lighter colors into the longer sections of hair makes maintenance a breeze.
A hint of honey rose takes those blondes into a whole new season. If you’re a natural redhead, a round of blonde hand-painted highlights makes it look as if you’re wearing a halo. The warmth of this almost-but-not-quite orange really brightens up complexions with pink undertones for a natural-looking floral flush.
Blondes looking to go just a bit warmer as temps rise. Without being brassy, rich yellow-gold hues looking more like a sand will offer a lovely contrast against fair skin. If you get some color, that obviously breaks the spell. This neutral mane is subtle and fresh all on its own.
A combination of blonde and brunette perfect for women with naturally dark hair who want some levity, bronde works honey tones into a darker base. By incorporating subtle shimmers of a lighter shade they will enhance your features as well as the movement and texture, making sure the most complementary shade is placed around your face. The key to achieving this color is to have lots of your natural base color showing through, so ask your stylist for a consultation.
Pearl of the Orient
Riding the bandwagon of unicorn madness, pearl hair is the latest whimsical hair color trend racking up the likes on Instagram. Inspired by the shimmering neutral shades of the ocean’s prettiest jewel, hair-like pearls is light, but cool and works for virtually any shade of blonde.