While we are all staying safe and waiting patiently to get our hair done, Signature Salon & Spa thought it would be helpful to share this summer’s hottest hair color trends with you. When the time comes to visit our salon, we want you to be confident and ready with your next hair color choice.
They say a change is always best with each new season. And, although the Signature Salon & Spa team feels it’s welcomed anytime, changes in our climate always has an effect on our clients’ desire to freshen up their look, whether subtly or drastically.
While the color you dye your hair can be guided by trends, it should always complement you and your lifestyle best. Whether you choose to shift a few levels within your existing shade, or go all in with a daring and drastic color change, we have put together the top hair color trends to provide some potential inspiration for you. Continue reading to learn about some new hair trends we are loving and excited to be a part of.
The new Twilighting trend consists of brown hair with warm, golden undertones, and relies on a mix of balayage and babylights. While Twilighting is typically designed with a brunette shade to reflect golden hues, it can be re-created on blondes and redheads.
Twilighting is going to be big for 2020 as it’s one of the most flattering and low-maintenance colors a brunette can have. Twilighting is designed to brighten up a brunette’s base color using subtle shades like caramel, gold, bronze, and warm chocolate to achieve a very natural result. By staying within two to three shades of your natural color and focusing around your face, you’re able to minimize your hair’s exposure to bleach while still looking like you spent hours in aluminum foil.
This hair color trend also grows out seamlessly making it completely wearable and affordable, perfect for the summer months!
If your natural roots are showing, show them off rather than trying to hide them! The blonde rooty look is totally in right now and is commonly known as shadow roots. This look gives hair an unusual contrast which works to brighten up your complexion. While this color is extremely low-maintenance and favorable to many, the longer the roots become the more dramatic this look can be.
Ombres continue to evolve over time, which is good news for everyone as no one likes a monotonous style. With ombre, there’s a clear distinction from the root color and the end color. Balayage created a “painted on” effect to better transition the root to its end color. Color melting flawlessly blends the colors so hair gradually becomes lighter and lighter. The goal for color melt hair is for the color to blend naturally without being able to tell where one hair color ends and another begins.
Whether you’re getting highlights, lowlights or a new pastel hair color, color melt hair is all about a flawless melted effect. Multiple shades are used in color melting to create the smoothest transition.
In regards to hair color, nothing is ever really out. Certain looks naturally come and go, and each new season tends to bring new trends with fresh ways to color and highlight hair. So hold on to your roots a little longer and start getting inspired for what your new look will be this summer.