In the season where everybody wants to lighten their hair, there is a fresh innovative hair trend in sight for all those who don’t want an extreme change. Moreover, lightning your hair can cause some damage, so if you want to avoid that and you are a brunette, the new rose brown hair trend is for you! This trend is already all over Instagram, so there is plenty of inspiration on how to rock soft rose brown dye job.
The rose brown trend comes as a dark twin of the infamous rose gold hair. In order to get rose gold mane, you have to lighten your hair first. Luckily this new trend offers an effortless solution for those with darker hair color. This look includes purply-red and rose highlights done on brown hair. The rose brown hair is perfect for those who have light brown hair. Orange or red undertones are a big plus! Anyway, there isn’t a single reason to worry even if your hair color is very dark. The London-based colorist Josh Wood told Refinery 29 that you can achieve the rose brown look by adding balayage just to the ends of your hair. Wood covers the light balayage with rose tones for a more intense effect.
One of the first who suggested the rose brown hair for spring was the Australian hairstylist Thi Thao Tu. The hair pro shared a photo of an astonishing hair color mix of brown and rose shades with a glossy effect. The internet immediately fell in love with this combo. Instead of getting the classic honey-hued, bronde or blonde balayage, you can now turn your hair into a bed of roses. This is a soft look that will give a dimension and glossy finish to every brunette out there looking for a subtle hair color transformation.
Since these tones are just laying on the surface of your brown hair, you need to make sure you use products that will help them last longer. To prolong the life of the rose brown hair color, Josh Wood suggested a few things you can do. A color-safe hydrating mask once a week together with shampoo and conditioner specifically for protecting brunette tones are a must. As you can see, this spring-ready hair color is not a high-maintenance one. If you are a brunette looking for a fun risk-free hair change, the rose brown color is waiting for you to schedule your next salon visit!
Spring is usually the season where most ladies get a lighter hair color or at least highlights. Many of us love the idea to get a new more vibrant hair color with the change of the season. When it comes to spring, it turns out that ladies aren’t following the old rule anymore. The trendiest spring hair color on Pinterest right now is Blackberry hair. This information comes as a surprise since this is not a typical spring color. We have come a long way with bright and colorful spring hair color trends that it seems some ladies had enough of them. The cool, dark blackberry hair dye jobs beat all the traditional spring hair color trends as the most pinned on Pinterest.
What’s so special about this hair color? First of all, it’s most certainly the easiest way to stand out when everyone else is getting a lighter dye job. Second, you and your hairstylist can get creative and come up with a custom mix. The color options range from dark purple and blue tones to a bit warmer burgundy ones. Anyway, you should keep your custom mix on the cool, dark side if you want to become a proud owner of blackberry hair color.
One of the first who has put this hair color trend on the map was Rockville, MD-based hairstylist Meghan Schipani. She created a bold blackberry-hued hair color combo by using the infamous balayage highlighting technique. Her client had a dark brown hair, so Schipani highlighted only the strands she was going to cover in purple. It turns out that you can leave your roots untouched and avoid damaging your hair too much. The hairstylist used 3 shades of purple to give dimension to her client’s hair. Meghan revealed that she used L’Anza Haircare Vibes hair colors for this look.
The coloring process might sound challenging, but the blackberry hair color is very low-maintenance. Since this is a balayage look, it grows out beautifully. This dark purple hair color fades into pretty lavender, so you don’t have to worry about frequent touch-ups. The pastel lavender tone will still look amazing, so it seems that the blackberry hair color would be a perfect choice for busy ladies.
To keep your blackberry dye job vibrant for a longer time, hairstylists advice using sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner. To preserve the fresh purple tone you can also use a colored conditioner.
Get in the spring mood ahead of everyone else with a pretty dye job. We tracked the hottest spring hair color trends and gathered them in one place. Flip through our gallery for inspiration and pin your favorite dye jobs.
The softest take on pastel hair, pastel milkshake, would be perfect for blondes who are looking for a subtle change.
We are almost halfway through March, but the sun still fights with the clouds. Officially spring or not, we are so ready to invite the hottest hair trend of the season. Fruit juice hair is the newest hair color trend you won’t be able to resist. Name all your favorite soft spring colors and there you have it: fruit juice hair! Thirsty, anyone? In the sea of Instagram-only trends, it’s a real blast when something wearable and easy to pull off comes out. Last year, the millennial pink was the hottest spring hair color. The good news is that you can still have a hint of that pastel pink universally flattering color if you decide to test drive the fruit juice hair.
This hair trend is the most delicate blend of peach, strawberry, and grape shades all mixed together to perfection. How cool is to go and ask your hairdresser to dye your hair in the colors of your favorite fruit juice? All you have to do is choose your most loved juice flavors and get creative. This hair trend, first spotted by Marie Claire, features a mix of colors, both pastel and vibrant which makes things even more exciting. All the credit for this beautiful fruity blend goes to Alisha McAlister. The hairstylist got inspired by a client who asked for “something different”. She shared the look on her Instagram account and it went viral. After all, who can overlook this magnificent blend when it pops on the feed?
The fruit juice hair trend includes a lot of highlights in different colors which leaves you space to get creative with it. You can go to your hairstylist and come up with your own creation of this hair color. Anyway, in case you want to copy the exact look, Alisha McAlister selflessly shared the formula:
“Pops of Ignite Violet and Red and then I honestly toned the whole thing with Manic Panic Pro Pastel-izer, 3 grams of Divine Wine, and 6 grams of Smokescreen,” she captioned her Instagram post.
The official start of spring 2018 is less than 2 weeks away, which means you still have time to call your hairdresser and make an appointment. Instead of getting your go-to spring highlights, try something fun like this fruit juice hair trend. This color blend is mostly on the pastel side which makes it universally flattering. You just got another excuse to treat yourself to a fresh fruity dye job.
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Ponytails are one of the most versatile hairstyles that you can rock from the gym to a glamorous event. Celebrities have flaunted many elevated forms of this iconic hairstyle on various occasions. We tracked the best celebrity hairstylists to deliver you fresh ways to upgrade your pony. Flip through this article for inspiration and pin your favorites!
You would double tap it, you would pin it, its majesty the Bubble ponytail! If you want next level pony, this is the way to go.
We are bringing you new hairstyle ideas for Spring/Summer 2018 and sleek hair is barely on the menu. You probably know by now that the ’80s are taking over 2018, so big and voluminous hair is on the It list. L’Oréal Professionnel Ambassador Bruno Estatoff, accompanied by Yvan Estatoff and Lucca Estatoff prepared 7 chic hairstyles using the Candy Girl Hairdressing collection for you to rock in the upcoming warm months.
Time to channel your inner lion! This playful hairstyle is all about texture. There is more definition towards the root while the curls are frizzier towards the ends which adds more volume. Hairdresser Yvan used full volume foam and L’Oréal Professionnel Savage Panache spray to achieve this look.
Who said textured updos can’t look formal? This airy top knot will make people mistake you for a royal. Looking aristocratic and chic at the same time, this hairstyle will take you from work to cocktail party or any other special occasion. Since we are going through ’80s exaggerated glamour phase, feel free to flaunt it even on the days you feel extra.
This hairstyle makes the classic straight bob look so 2017! According to hairdresser Yvan Estatoff, frizzy waves are the chicest way to upgrade your bob next season.
You can’t have a bad hair day with this hairstyle. Everyone was obsessed with Va-Va volume in the ’80s for a very good reason. Messy hairstyles just make your life so much easier! This asymmetric textured look comes straight from Hollywood. Pop star Madonna rocked a similar hairstyle in the film “Desperately Seeking Susan.” This side-swept curly hairstyle is easy to recreate because there are no rules – just make your own version of it!
Can a grown-ass woman rock this hairstyle? Absolutely! This fun hairstyle that involves two high voluminous ponytails held by colorful elastics is for the ones who live their life to the fullest! If anything, everyone can wear these double ponies on the beach.
Wondering what’s the best way to upgrade your feline eyeliner? A matching hairstyle! If you decide to protest all the ’80s voluminous hair trends, then find yourself a good excuse. A pair of fun and sexy feline ears on the top of your head might justify your decision.
If you don’t want anything crazy because you are a good girl who likes to play by the rules pass on the feline ears and opt for braided half-updo instead. Braid just one side of your hair to add interest to your sleek straight hairstyle. Tease the braid a bit for extra volume.
Hairdressers: Bruno Estatoff, Yvan Estatoff, Lucca Estatoff
Artistic Director: Christine Margossian
Photographer : Bruno Estatoff
Coloriste : Laetitia Bonnand
MUA : Valérie Dumond