Hair color trend for spring: "Expensive Blonde" is perfect if you want to look naturally blonde...
After "Expensive Brunette" comes "Expensive Blonde" and we'll tell you what makes the trendy hair color for blondes so special.
"Expensive Blonde" is the perfect shade of blonde for Spring 2022
The new year is not even old yet and we already have more than enough inspiration for the next visit to the hairdresser. We have already introduced you to the dark counterpart to the new blonde coloring trend. Namely "Expensive Brunette", which is already worn by Hailey Bieber and, most recently, model Gigi Hadid. With “Expensive Blonde” all blondes can now look forward to a new shade that is set to make a big splash in the spring.
"You've all heard about 'expensive brunette', now I'm calling the latest blonde trend 'expensive blonde'," celebrity hairstylist Tom Smith, Evo Hair's European creative director, revealed to his fans on Instagram. In the clip, in which When presenting his hair trend predictions for 2022, the pro identified hair color as one of the things to keep in mind if you're looking to dye your hair blonde -- or refresh.
"It's a soft contrast so there's less shadow in the hair, but it's not just one color. There's still dimension, ups, and downs," explained Tom. "Generally it's a warmer shade and I think this will really take off in spring," he added.
In the video, Tom shares a picture of Chrishell Stause, one of our favorite characters from the Netflix show Selling Sunset, who changed her hair color from a caramel shade to a lighter, warm blonde last summer.
The coloring technique is based on that of the "expensive brunette", which, according to Tom Smith, is about giving the hair "more energy, dimension, and detail". To achieve this luxe finish, an expert blend of different shades of blonde takes lighter hair to the next level compared to an all-over box-dyed look. "I think it's a hairdresser's job to give clients something they could never get at home," Tom explained on Instagram.
If you want to try the trend, make sure you and your hairstylist are on the same page so that the color is matched exactly to your vision and lifestyle. Go for deep and light shades of blonde that you like (such as gold, sand, caramel, platinum, beige, or honey). Your hairstylist should then subtly sprinkle these nuances throughout the hair so that the finished look is effortless but - you guessed it - expensive.