Would you like a fresh coat of paint? We also! With the new year and good resolutions, the longing for a new hairstyle comes with it. For us, this means: We'll wait patiently until the salons finally open again - or just try out a new hair color ourselves. If it doesn't differ too much from natural hair color, it can definitely work. As so often, the Parisians provide inspiration for this.
A breath of fresh air for your hair: We are inspired by the French women.
In order to drive away from the cold winter, you need a warm hair color. A light golden brown brings a summer mood, looks fantastically beautiful, and does not get in the way outfit-technically - because it harmonizes with all colors.
Anyone with light hair will like this trend: thanks to small detail, blonde contours bring a little more freshness and dynamism to the look. To do this, the foremost strands are simply colored in a slightly lighter shade. That frames the face nicely.
A dark black-brown is very popular with Parisians. The reason: the tone shimmers sometimes more black, sometimes more dark brown, depending on the lighting conditions. Important for this: a glossy finish that makes the hair shine healthy.
The restrictions due to the pandemic have also become visible in the hair: Those who do not dye their hair themselves are currently walking around with a big approach. This is especially true for blondes because bleaching hair is really not easy. How good that exactly this look is now in Paris: dark blonde with a bold approach. Wonderfully imperfect!
Reds are becoming increasingly popular. Combined with a light purple tinge, the color makes the rounds in Paris. Burgundy red is exciting, sexy, and mysterious.
Elaborate balayage looks are just taking a break. The motto is: as natural as possible. Kind of like just coming back from summer vacation. Then the tips are a little lighter than at the base.
This trend is in keeping with the laissez-faire style of the Parisians: gray hair is no longer hidden under hair colors or tints. Instead, the natural tone is celebrated and displayed. So cool!