8/18/2020

5 Famous Hair-Color Trends to Try This Summer



There are plenty of fun ways to change your look for the summer. While you can make simple changes like upgrading your wardrobe or adding hair extensions, there are also more significant transformations to consider, like a dramatic haircut or new color.


Most people don’t change their hair-color too dramatically in a short period of time. Of course, it’s all a matter of personal preference — while some individuals jump from blonde to blue to red over a series of weeks (and they are slaying the look!), others go for more subtle shifts, like lighter shades for warmer weather.


If you want to switch things around a bit to change your look, here are five hair-color trends you might want to try this summer.

 

Bold Roots

One of the top trends for 2020 is an easy one. If you’ve dyed your hair before, all you have to do is let your roots grow for a bold, low-maintenance look. Not only can you skip trips to the salon in the future, but you also don’t really have to do anything to get the look in the first place - just sit back and let your hair grow. The best part is this style works with every color! If you don’t already have dyed hair, you can easily create the look yourself. Just lighten some length of your hair, or if you’re a natural blonde, darken your roots, and voila!

 

Wheat Blonde

Summertime is all about warm hues, and the wheat blonde channels the glowy vibe perfectly. This hair-color takes your regular blonde hair and gives it more depth and dimension by adding streaks of brown and darker blonde, making the shade appear warmer.


If you’re a dark blonde or brunette, you can take the style in reverse and add highlights to darker hair to get the same look. You can even put a unique twist on it by making some of the highlights bolder than others. The warm brown-blonde hues trend is suitable for people of all hair and skin types. You can definitely expect to see it around this summer and beyond.

 

Blacks & Almost-Blacks

Who doesn’t look good in black? No matter what type of undertones suit you best, black is free from all those constraints. Blacks and dark browns are such classic, captivating shades that they look just as amazing all year round. While light colors may not be everyone’s favorite, darker shades suit most people. They make your hair look fuller and shinier, especially in the summer months!


You can pull off almost every hairstyle in blacks and browns. So, if you’re looking for a darker look this summer, this trend has got you covered. You can even add a brown touch between the black shade to give your hair a softer look, or go for pure jet black for a little attitude.

 

Red Velvet

Are you getting tired of all the natural colors? Natural may not necessarily mean boring, but sometimes you just want to do something otherworldly, and that’s where the red velvet hair-color trend comes in. This vivid red is bolder and brighter than natural reds and strawberry blondes! Under the summer sun, the fun, eye-catching shade makes even more of a statement. 


Since the darker and brighter shades of red have neutral undertones, they’re suited to all complexions and make for an excellent option for your brand new summer look. You can also add a touch of brown for a more natural shade of red to tone down the vibrance. Or, make an even more dramatic statement when you pair the hair-color with hair extensions.

 

Icy Silver

Silver as a hair-color is typically associated with winters and colder weather, but the rules about in-season shades have long been abandoned. Icy silver and ashy hair were a big trend last summer and continue to be popular in 2020. The color works for everyone and is a flattering look for all complexions. It adds shine to your hair and will turn heads during all of your favorite summertime activities.


There’s no harm in experimenting with the silver hair-color trend. Imagine a darker variation with your natural roots moving towards silver in a soft gradient to keep the look low-maintenance. Or pick colors with warmer or cooler undertones based on your skin color. Whether you want to add just a touch of it or go all out, silver is one of the best options to consider this summer.

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