halo / February 13, 2020
The roaring twenties: Upcoming Colour Trends!
It’s hard every year seeing how the fashion is going to change, and trying to adapt to meet the every changing growth in the fashion world. 2019 was an interesting one, filled with ash and silver tones and blunt and striking colour melts and root drags, but the roaring 20’s are showing a real mix up of trends and style sense and I’m here to make sure we’re all up to date. Scroll down to the bottom of this blog post to see some real in salon demonstrations of these upcoming colour trends.
Golden glow: You know how I was saying 2019 was all about ash, well 2020 is us waving good bye to the trend that once was. Think golden shades with warmer tones, champagne blondes, rich and luscious brunettes and natural shaded bronzed brondes! Gold is coming to take over, ladies. A mix of golden highlights and caramel low lights finely weaved through a natural colour is nothing short of a piece of heaven, not sure if it will suit you? Ask your stylist. We’re trained to look at all aspects of a colour change including whether it will suit your complexion, eye colour and even life style.
Illuminate your image: Ultra bright contrasting highlights seamlessly blended throughout your hair, shimmering and catching the light from all the perfect angles. It’s all about giving your hair its real glow back, and ensuring the hair is looking the healthiest and happiest it possibly can. By weaving similar yet contrasting colours in between one another for an overall illuminated cast.
Strawberry Blonde is back: From combination of golden blondes, with sparkling hints of rose blondes and copper reds all the way to very obvious and striking all over colours containing only copper pigments glazed over previously blonde hair, we’re going to be witnessing copper coming through for its throne again and I’m so excited to see it!
Glass Brunette: The secret to making brunette hair shine is adding variations of multi-dimensional tones throughout, to build up a brunette shade piece by piece, almost like a jig saw. The shades are alternative to one another, but close enough that when all the hair is dry and back together, it’s not see able to the human eye but see able in the respect that it’s not just one helmet of colour over the hair.