"Cold Brew" is not only trendy in cafés, but also in hairdressing salons! Because that's the name of the hair color of autumn 2021.
Coffee lovers will clap their hands over their heads. Coloring hair with coffee? Much too good for the beloved Plörre! We give the all-clear. In fact, you can now also order “Cold Brew” from the hairdresser you trust. The hair is not bathed in it - it should just look like it. Then all the coffee junkies are back on board.
After "Dirty Brunette" and "Dusty Rose" there is a new trend hair color called "Cold Brew". It comes across as simpler, more elegant, and clearer. Just like black coffee. But by no means boring: Because the drink and hair color are something very special. Anyone who has ever drunk cold-brewed coffee or watched it being made knows how pretty shades of brown can be. When coffee is mixed with water and then maybe even a small dash of milk, a very unique world of colors is created. The palette goes from light brown to deep black. And you can now wear it on your head.
What is “cold brew” as hair color? The colors flow into one another, appear natural, and can be adjusted to be darker or lighter depending on the skin type. The basic color is that of the classic cold brew - a deep, intense shade of brown that comes across as dark and clean. How much milk is added in the form of light highlights is a matter of taste.
Since the starting hair color is a deep, rich brown, the color is especially suitable for women with naturally dark hair, whose skin tone, eyebrows, etc. are adapted to their natural hair color. All you have to do is ask the hairdresser for balayage with warm tones of caramel and white coffee. Do you have lighter hair, maybe you are even blonde? Then you have to calculate with a longer visit to the hairdresser and a higher bill - after all, the basic hair color has to be produced first. If your eyebrows are as light as your natural hair color, don't forget to dye them too.
Since highlights are given to your hair with the balayage technique, you should definitely remember to take care of your hair properly even after visiting the hairdresser. Otherwise, the "fresh-from-the-hairdresser" feeling goes faster than you can say hair breakage. Coloring the hair puts extreme stress on it. This is why some hairdressers also use Olaplex in combination with bleaching to prevent hair damage. Olaplex is also available for home use and should be used at least once a week. Moisturizing treatments, keratin masks, and hair oils also help to protect the hair structure. In addition, it is worthwhile to refrain from styling your hair with heat from time to time.