Times are changing! For years, cool platinum, ash, or champagne blonde was the ultimate goal for every trend-conscious blonde. If in the end there was a touch of warm gold or copper engraving in the hair, the troublemaker was immediately and systematically neutralized with silver shampoos and cures.
Those days seem over: More and more stars and street style icons are establishing warm instead of cool blonde tones as the new trend hair color. Honey, caramel, wheat, or strawberry blonde looks unusual at first glance, but it has many advantages.
Veronika Heilbrunner now wears her hair honey blonde.
Actress Léa Seydoux relies on a cool strawberry blonde.
Blanca Miro wears the hairstyle trend as a warm golden blonde.
The old hairdressing rule applies as a guide: cool skin types are best with cool blonde tones, while warm skin types are also flattering warm blonde nuances. When properly coordinated, the new trend hair color fits every skin tone. Just ask your hairdresser which of the warm shades of blonde they would recommend.
First and foremost: warm blonde is more gentle to dye than cool blonde. So you don't make your hair as damaged and strawy as possible. In other words, extra care with neutralizing blonde products is no longer necessary. In addition, a warm blonde not only looks more natural in the hair but also leaves a softer, less noticeable approach as it grows out.