Here are the hair colors that are going to be the big thing of 2018 – which will you try out first?
Rose Gold Tint
This color is a pastel way to try out pink that all the millennials love this year. Kylie Jenner tried it out, and it’s the perfect, Instagrammable way to introduce yourself to color if you’re not ready to go bold or neon just yet.
Cool Silver Hues
Think less granny hair, more ice queen of the winter. This is somewhat between white and silver, and works great on all skin tones, surprisingly. Kim Kardashian rocked the look and proved that you can too.
This isn’t the most adventurous look of the bunch, but it’s a way to add depth, brighten up your look and enhance your glow. This might not be the best for pale babes, but for darker skin tones, this look will have everyone turning their head.
Soft Washes Of Lavender/Pink
A chic and playful look that’s not far off from rose gold, but slightly different. You can blend these in with your locks or go all lavender. You can play with tones – are you more deep purple or do you want to go the icy route? Works well with cool and warm makeup and skin tones.
Mmm. This look makes us want a croissant! Buttery blond is a wholesome, creamy light blond akin to butter. For those who hate dirty blond, this is the clean, slightly preppy look you need to try out right now.
If dirty blond is more your thing and you want greyish wisps as an undertone, ashy blond is the way to go. We think it’s a middle ground between buttery belong and cool silver hues, so if you can’t decide between those, this is the starter look for you. Slightly more mature than the previous blond.
A fiery look for sure, but it’s not all over, so just tie it up in a bun if you get shy! You can also try this with a balayage. It’s a variation of red that integrates orange and brown undertones. Reminiscent of a crackling fire, this is a perfect shade to try out in the depths of winter!
This is akin to jet black. As black as you can get. This look works best with big bouncy curls or dead straight hair, either razor angled or long. Great for pale skin tones, paired with a bold black eyeliner and nude gloss. This look is a bit severe, but ideal for edgy babes.
Violet Tinted Black
If you’re looking for a softer black, you’re in luck. This has a slightly purple undertone and we’ve seen it on Jourdan Dunn rocked the perfect way. The subtle tint helps it stay out of scary purple hair territory but also gives boring black a glossy boost.