What if you opted for a pastel color for your hair?
Want a hair madness? Go for pastel colors that are very popular these days. Pink, peach, or even blue, with the arrival of sunny days, we want color even in our hair. So maybe it's time to dare and take the plunge.
Spring is coming and who says spring says colors. If the trend is for colored nail art, the hair also sports its most beautiful colored looks. Pastel colors are therefore on all lips or rather the hair. Exit the brown and the blond, 2021 wants to be colorful and this is not to displease us.
Braids are the perfect way to show off different tones of the same color, like those pops of bright blue and pastel.
Why stick to one shade when you can try two? Wigs are a great way to play around with more adventurous colors.
The pastel color looks amazing on all skin tones. To be tested on blond or bleached hair.
Blue hair looks daring, but shade it with a bit of gray, and you'll get that cool grungy shade that's easy to pull off. Since blue stays in your hair much longer than pink, you won't have to worry about fading. It's also a great option if you don't want to totally bleach your hair.
Peach hair has emerged as an unexpected trend this year. “The peach is so pretty on so many different skin tones,” says Mark DeBolt, celebrity colorist and co-owner of the Mark Ryan Salon in New York City. "Because it's such a warm color, it makes your skin and eyes glow and your hair looks so healthy."
A little gray, a little lavender for a totally cool style. Try this edgy shade for a cool change. You can ask your stylist for a gray-purple blend to test out this trend.
To reinvent the pink of your hair, add bright, pale shades of pink to your hair to give it more relief. A daring option that will boost your color.
Another cute way to add some color to your hair? Color only the ends, as if they had been dipped in pink.
For winter, celebrity colorist Bianca Hillier says she expects blue to take over pink as a trending color. So will you fall for it?
“Amethyst is a fun hair color that balances strength and delicacy,” says acclaimed colorist Jeremy Tardo. "It's bold but still sweet." This orchid tone shows a warmer side of the violet. If that tempts you, just remember that you will need to completely bleach your hair before opting for a warm shade of pastel-like this.
Green is all the rage right now, so it makes sense to sport this shade on your hair. Be warned though, green is hard to come by at home (it can easily turn yellow) so if you're planning on trying this color it's worth seeing a pro.
For just a hint of pink, consider adding a light shade to darker hair. It is much more subtle.
“Right now we're seeing a lot of rainbow hair because people are more inclined to experiment because a lot of them stay home,” Friedman says. To preserve vivid colors, use a dry shampoo and wash a few times a week as possible.
Once again, for blue or green colors it is better to leave it to a pro, for an absolutely perfect result.
This candy pink is more intense than pastel. However, even though it's more pronounced than the traditional pastel pink, it will change to a more muted shade in a few washes, so it's best to start a little more intense than you'd like.