SNOW BUNNY BLONDE
Fear not my blondies for life, platinum, bright, blonde hair is still in our forecast for winter, 2019. The task for our new year is to find your perfect hue. Blonde is a relative term when it comes to color, things such as skin tone, hair condition, and maintenance play a huge role in finding your clients perfect shade. Introducing creamy, warm, tones creates a natural glow and softens all skin types.
LIVED IN COLOR
Leave the contrast 2018, 2019 is all about the blend. Seamless, sun-kissed, rich brunettes or “lived in color” is still at the top of the list for #hairgoals. If you dread the blonde upkeep, tone it down and drop your root for a color melt that will hold you over until warmer weather is near. A glaze or gloss, every few months, paired with the perfect cut, will keep your natural look alive while giving your hair the winter break it deserves.
CORALS AND COPPERS
Whether you’re adding subtle pops to a rich brunette base or going for an all-over change, gold undertones with hints of copper and red seem to be at the top of the chart for 2019. Gold and copper tones enhance all eye colors and if chosen correctly can complement both warm and cool skin tones. Can’t handle the maintenance? Gold based reds and coppers fade to beautiful rose gold and corals on bright blondes and eventually to champagne, golden, undertones.
Perfect for winter, shiny black hair is back again. Cool undertones, such as blue, create depth and richness while giving your client a shine like ice. Paired with a blunt bob and fringe this could be edge your guest is looking for in the New Year. Deep brunettes and cool shades of black can be maintained with a gloss or glaze, which will keep your hair healthy and allow you to explore other options with less damage in the future.