Highlights the same color as your natural hair? So last year.
Now you should try these colorful dyed tips !
A few years ago: Unusual hair color like greens, pinks, or blues automatically qualify you as “punk.”
Now: Pastel pink hair has made its way into the pages of “Vogue,” and celebrity are wearing Blue ombre on the red carpet.
“Unusual” hair color has officially took place in top salons as the new dyed hair trends.
While we don’t know why people have changed their attitude about colored hair, it’s a change that makes us very happy.
Another way to express yourself and get creative with your hairstyles? There are a variety of techniques and ways to wear this hair color trend, so it’s easy for any girl to try.
Whether you’re looking for a bold, long-term commitment Mermaid Ombre or a quick and non-damaging method like chalking.
Dipped tips are the most popular way to wear this hair color trend. The process requires a pretty big commitment because the hair must be bleached before any color is applied .
even if you’re already blonde. Because this process is complex, in Avant-garde salon and spa, we recommend that you get your tips dipped at the salon. You can also get a wider variety of hues since the color is mixed to your preference.
There are hundreds of pastel shades adding, that are hot right now.
” Summer is close so girls are going for lighter colors, plus pastels don’t cause as big of a contrast with many natural hair colors. It creates more of a delicate effect.”
Darker jewel tones are also very popular ; Beet purples and Deep blues are finding their way into the mix. Another bonus to choosing a deep jewel tone like blue is the variety of hues that appear when the color begins to fade. “We love blue because it eventually fades to a turquoise green,”
Now that you’ve decided to experiment with a little color, what color should you choose?
Pink: “This works best on blondes, however a brunette with a warm skin tone could wear a deep rich pink or a pink with a little more red in it. Pinks would also be fun on redheads.
Blue: For girls with dark hair and an olive complexion, we recommends navy, while blondes should try a turquoise or pale blue.
Purple: All skin tones suit purple, but especially loves it on a dark brunette.
Green: “we see this working on a blonde, it’s a tough shade,” .
Depends on how much you wash your hair and whether the dye is permanent, semi-permanent, or temporary.
If you use semi-permanent color and you wash your hair every other day, you can expect the color to last four to five weeks. But if you wash your hair every day, you’re looking at two weeks.
We also recommend you to use a sulfate free shampoo and a leave-in with UV protection.