The start of the school year is approaching and the desire to change your hair color after summer already tickles you? Discover what will be the main hair color trends for this fall-winter 2021/2022 deciphered by a scissor pro and which will bring blond hair up to date and more than ever.
What are the 5 major hair color trends for fall/winter 2021/2022? A question that many beautystas ask themselves while, for some, the holidays have not yet started, but to which answered Gianni Coppa, the hairdresser, and founder of the R'Factory salon in Paris. If winter 2021 trends have put brown hair in the spotlight, fall-winter 2021/2022 will definitely be blonde hair.
The watchword for this new school year: light and reflections in the hair. No deep transformation but lots of reflections, especially thanks to colorings like ombre hair, more marked at the roots. Whether you have blond, brown or red hair, everything will depend on the quality of the highlights that will bring pep's to the hair without going towards hair colors that are too extravagant, except for the big comeback of purple.
Going back to basics and basics, the trend continues and tends towards a maximum of naturalness while favoring shine. For the return of winter 2022, women are asking for more naturalness, less engaging, and less expensive hair colors. We, therefore, favor reflections over permanent coloring, which requires more maintenance.
This fall, the main thing will be to bring a lot of luminosity to both blond and brown hair and therefore, to maximize the reflections more than the change of color. The brown hair will be magnified by rather greedy nuances which evoke the color of coffee, chocolate, coffee, or pralines. Something sweet and sparkling at the same time. Shades while reflecting to avoid the root effect.
If you have fair skin, don't hesitate to go for coppery shades like Venetian blonde or Venetian red in the spirit of the colors of the autumn leaves. These are colors that provide depth and luminosity for the lightest skin types. Darker or lighter, it adapts to natural bases.
After the success of polar blond this summer 2021, we are back to brighter blondes for the start of the school year, without any real transformation but rather contouring. The drink, as Gianni Coppa explains, is "to frame the face with points of light". Two types of blonde hair stand out: light beige blonde is going to be warmer, ideal for brightening up a face with fair skin. Second, we will witness the comeback of Venetian blond, a mixture of shades of golden blonde with golden copper highlights.
If raven black is definitely out of date, slightly extravagant and showy colorings such as cherry effects or purplish chestnuts are making a comeback. Very strong colors that can be worn, either in balayage or only, in reflection.