When it finally gets warmer outside, new hair color trends await us! Very popular this spring: the hair color "Expensive Brunette". We'll tell you what's behind the latest hype and which guys the color looks particularly good on.
Spring is slowly but surely returning after a seemingly endless pandemic winter. And it's not just us who are ready, our pale hair, which hasn't seen a hairdresser for far too long, is also looking forward to something new. In line with this, whole new hair color is conquering the world of all brunettes. We're talking about "Expensive Brunette". What is special about the new trend hair color? We'll tell you!
When it comes to hair colors, 2021 was particularly characterized by naturalness. Everything that was easy to care for and worked without regular visits to the hairdresser was in fashion. Until now! Because the trend color "expensive brunette" is based on the fact that we always look as if we just came from the hairdresser. The trend color focuses on depth, dimension, and shine. Various shades, usually a slightly lighter color such as dark blonde as the base tone, are combined with many different highlights.
There is no right or wrong answer to that. Because the trend color "Expensive Brunette" is suitable for lightening darker hair, but is also perfect for anyone who no longer feels like bleaching it. The shade suits brunettes looking for a lighter finish just as well as blondes looking to add depth and warmth to their hair.
The only decisive thing is to find the right nuances for your own type and to use a warm or cool tone depending on that. The fact is: your hair color ends up appearing much more complex and adding dimension to the hairstyle. That is why it is also perfect for anyone who has rather fine and thin hair and would like a little more volume (at least visually).
But if you're thinking that Expensive Brunettes are just a few highlights that you can easily do on your own at home, we have to warn you! It only sounds so easy in theory. We, therefore, recommend not daring any DIY experiments, but rather leaving it to your hairdresser. Only then can you avoid nasty coloring mishaps. Especially the special balayage coloring technique requires the steady hand and the practiced eye of a professional.