From Honey Blonde to Frosted Copper – we’ll tell you which hair colors are totally trendy in the winter season. Small spoiler: We love her!
In winter, we automatically turn to more muted, darker or more subtle tones – and not just when it comes to our clothes. Almost every one of us felt the need to dye our hair darker in the winter. Yes, we as well! But it does not always have to be dark, sometimes even small accents are enough. We’ll show you four hair color trends that we’re likely to encounter more often in the winter.
Honey on the head? Does not sound so bad. Especially because this trend works not only with blondes. Even with dark hair colors, this sound just looks nice. Here usually only the tips are dyed in a cool honey tone, so that the hair gets a super discreet and natural course. Very important: The sound should not be too bright. The cooler, the better. The same applies to fair hair. The main thing is that in the end you have a great interaction between natural color and the colored tips, so that the mixture of both colors reminds a bit of honey. Mhhhhh – we love the color.
What sounds like a Christmas tea at first, is actually a totally wintry hair color. Here all brown-haired will be fire and flame, because it is about red tips. In winter, the hair colors may also be a bit warmer, which is why slightly reddish tips make great on dark hair. It does not matter if it’s black, dark brown or light brown – a little bit of red will definitely come this winter. And if you do not really dare, you can start with a warm, reddish brown tone in the lengths and tips. If you like it, you will be more than satisfied with the trendy hair color Apple Cinnamon.
Do you remember Strawberry Blond? Then you will like this trend: Frosted Copper. A mix of strawberry, copper and cool nuances. As a result, the color almost looks like a subtle rose gold. How appropriate for the Christmas season! This trend is again something for the blondes among you who want to dare something in the winter season. Or a complete change.
A winter without gray hair colors? Quite not at all. And even this season, nothing works without these cool tones. BUT: It’s not just a bright, classic gray, which we often see in blond hair, but this time it’s all about balayage and color gradients. Especially on really dark hair the cool, grayish tones are very special and somehow new. The tips may be almost icy and blue – then the color trend is just right. It seems that there are a lot of ideas for brunette and black hair this winter – finally! Because women with dark hair often have the feeling that they can not really change much – unless they want to get blonde. That’s definitely history!