Best Hair Color Trends for 2017
By Karen Reed
Every year there are new hair colour trends. For 2017, it’s a move into bright colours and the use of shades that would never have been done before. This was started in 2016 but is taking a hold right now.
If you’re looking for new ideas for your hair, it’s time to look through the current trends. You may find something that you love. The great news is that the gray hair colour trend isn’t quite as hot anymore. There are other, brighter options to choose this year.
Here’s a look at the best hair colour trends for 2017.
Go for the Ash Blonde Look
Ash blonde is making a comeback. There was a time that this was viewed as boring, but more and more celebrities are currently choosing the colour. It’s perfect for those who don’t have the biggest budget for their hair upkeep.
Many blonde-haired women will find their natural colour is more of an ashy blonde, compared to the brighter colours seen in more recent years. If you color your hair this way, you’ll find that it requires less upkeep and soon your natural hair shade will blend in. You could save money on those monthly trips to the hairdressers.
Ash blonde will easily work with paler skin complexions and lighter eye colours. You can also take a step towards the ash brown.
The benefit is that you’re stripping out the red – this is the colour that tends to make paler skin and eyes look even paler than they were before! You won’t look as drawn in the face, and you can make your lighter colours stand out.
Melt the Blonde and Brown Together
The blonde melt is becoming a popular option. Monotone hair colours started to come back into fashion around 2014 and 2015, but they’ve taken a back step again. They look boring, especially if you have lighter hair.
While those with darker hair get away with constantly going a few shades darker and having hair that looks thick and luxurious without effort, those with lighter shades need to add dimension. You can do that with the blonde and brown melt.
You’ll need to use a variety of blonde and brown hair colors together. Most of the time, you’ll have the darker shades to the bottom, and each layer will get a slightly lighter shade until you have the lighter blonde on top.
This is also an option to work your way down your head. Start with the darker shades at the root of your hair and work the lighter ones to the tips. You’ll find that this takes little less upkeep since your roots won’t be as visible.
The blonde melt looks amazing with straight and curly hair.
If you worked in the gray look from 2016 and still want to keep it, you can work it in with this blonde melt. Just add a few streaks …read more
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