Golden Copper is the new hair color by Kendall Jenner, which provides a fresh glow in spring.
Red hair is a statement, without question. Because they are rare (at least by nature), they stand out everywhere, appear extravagant and mysterious, and have helped many actors and models to become particularly famous. Think of Nicole Kidman and her dark red hair, with which she wrapped one man after the other around her finger as Satine in "Moulin Rouge". Or Christina Hendricks, who as the red-haired secretary Joan Holloway in "Mad Men" offered the men at Sterling Cooper a proper slogan. Evan Rachel Wood, who provided all sorts of potions, spells, and clever commentary as Paige in Charmed. Gillian Anderson, who solved dark crimes as Dana Scully in The X-Files. And finally, Cynthia Nixon, who was considered the most emancipated of the four friends as Miranda in "Sex and the City" and has now returned to her red hair and herself in "And Just Like That".
Kendall Jenner has recently joined the redhead club as well. During Milan Fashion Week in February 2022, the model debuted a new hair color on the Prada catwalk, which is also the hairstyle trend of the moment: golden chopper.
Whether copper red, ruby red, or burgundy - red hair always attracts attention. In spring 2022, however, a much more subtle hairstyle trend is now reaching our heads: golden copper. The hair color, which Kendall Jenner is now sporting, encompasses all soft copper tones between dark blonde and light brown with a warm reddish sheen. Golden Copper is more reserved than classic red and almost has a matt effect, which will appeal to those of us who prefer not to make a wild statement when it comes to hair color.
As a catwalk professional, Kendall Jenner knows: Golden Copper refreshes your face in no time with reddish nuances – it's a good choice if you want to give pale winter skin a little glow until summer. Golden and olive undertones in particular benefit from very coppery nuances, while cooler skin tones are better suited to darker variations of golden copper.
The answer is as simple as it is sometimes difficult: moisture, moisture, moisture. Especially in winter with freezing temperatures and warm heating air, even uncomplicated hair can quickly lose it. If you then add hard water, the hair can quickly look dull - which then also applies to the reddish shine of Golden Copper. Our tip: rely on extensive care and also schedule time for a cure. Additionally, Golden Copper also benefits from shampoo specifically designed for red hair, making it even brighter and keeping its red hue longer.