The hair color trend around Honey Lights is already bringing the spring sun into your hair...
Anyone who wants a spring-like fresh-up for their hair should take a look at Loewe's current spring/summer show, where star hairdresser Guido Palau not only causes a stir with colorful bob hairstyles but also warm light reflections in ash-blond to brown hair sets. Here's why honey lights are the best idea for spring and how best to protect and care for the honey-golden bleaching in the lengths and ends.
While the cool platinum blonde was still considered particularly stylish in the autumn/winter season (e.g. based on the example of Chanel as an even coloration with dark roots), well-known star hairdressers see finely set strands of warm honey blonde in front of them for the current season, the subtle effect of which Captures the light of the spring sun and lets the hair shine as if from within. Perfect for giving ashy, medium-blonde, and brown hair a spring-like fresh-up without overdying the actual hair color or changing the type. And: unlike Beach Blonde bleached into the hair, the new Honey Lights do not make the hair look faded or dull, but cover each individual strand from the lengths to the tips with a smooth shine and precious depth of color - just as if the hair were with it coated with liquid honey. The effect can be varied by running Honey Lights through only the lower tips, the strands around the face (keyword "framing"), or the entire hair from top to bottom.
However, as far as hair care is concerned, you shouldn't be too fooled by the optical refinement effect of the Honey Lights described. Because like pretty much any bleaching or coloring, the honey-golden highlights are a strain on the hair, for example, because the cuticle layer is roughened, the hair loses moisture and elasticity and the general hair quality decreases. Rich care textures, nourishing masks, and top fluids, as well as reliable UV protection, are essential to ensure that the smooth shine and radiant blonde of Honey Lights is retained for as long as possible.
So, for your daily hair care routine, use color-protecting shampoos that gently cleanse and moisturize hair without further drying it out – as well as essential oil-based conditioners and treatments that provide softness and shine. Sprayed into damp hair, leave-in treatments and sun protection sprays improve combability and protect the hair from heat damage and UV rays.
Tip: Avoid silver shampoos, which are specially formulated to dull (rather than deepen) the gold hue of light blondes to make them look extra cool and icy. Warm blonde glosses and color-enhancing conditioners, on the other hand, can help Honey Lights achieve more color depth and brilliance.