We are officially in the middle of 2019, which means that the new year is not so new anymore and, what is more likely, neither is the color of your hair. So let’s shake your look with a little color, okay?
We’ve already seen a swarm of celebrity haircut trends (like the bob cut of Anne Hathaway and Camila Mendes); And now, a new generation of hair color trends is taking control of Instagram and #AlertaSpoiler, they’re all really good.
So, before dragging your feet and realizing that it is 2020, take a look at these 10 beautiful shades.
“Live Coral” is the color of the Pantone year for 2019, so it makes sense because you see it constantly everywhere. This coral tone is much dimmer than its classic megawatt color, which makes it look almost (almost) natural. Unless you’re a natural blonde, you’ll have to bleach your hair to get this copper-coral tone, so be sure to stock up on the rinse conditioner before your appointment to mitigate the damage and keep the color from fading.
2. Glitch Hair
If you feel 3008, this futuristic style is one that you should try as soon as possible. The appearance combines the colors of the rainbow to make it look as if your hair is changing between colors. If you’re not sure you want to make a full glitch, have your colorist try the multicolored trend at the bottom of your hair.
This light purple tone began to gain speed at the end of 2018, and officially will be in full force by 2019 (searches for “purple hair” have increased more than 1,000 on Pinterest). Even celebrities like Cardi B and Lady Gaga have jumped on the purple car. If you decide to try this look, make sure to use a sulfate-free shampoo to maintain your color.
4. Brown Chestnut and Gold
The classic chestnut shades will get a subtle improvement in 2019 thanks to the framing of the face and light brown reflections. Miranda Kerr has already joined the trend, adding dimension to her iconic brown hair with golden reflections and elegant. The best part of this color is that it is very easy to maintain, especially if you are starting with a brown base.
5. Inked black
No, this is not the tone of anguish with which you dreamed during your gothic phase in adolescence. This intense black has to do with brightness: the brighter the better. Preserving the tone is crucial, so be sure to stock up on color-enhancing products (such as a moisturizing, sulfate-free shampoo) before reserving your appointment.
6. Gray ash
If you want to immerse your hair on the dark side without committing to a black look, ash gray is an obvious choice. The darker sections will be along your roots with a light gray towards the ends.
7. Pastel pink
It’s not often that a trend of hair dye comes out of fashion week, but the pastel shades that peppered the 2019 spring run by Marc Jacobs may inspire you to look bold this year. The models wore shades of blue, lavender and orange, but it was the soft pink candy cotton that possibly stole the show. Consider this bright tone version 2019 of Rose Gold or Rose Gold.
8. Blond baby
If you have officially reached the platinum fatigue but you are not quite ready to get rid of your characteristic tone, the White Blonde or White Blonde is your business card. The inspiration behind this tone are the natural rays illuminated by the sun that you will find in surfers or small children. Just be sure to ask your stylist to lean toward pale blond tones instead of pure ice.
9. Brown chocolate and copper
Following the obsession of 2018 with the intense tones, you can expect to see an increase in the more moderate copper tones in 2019. This classic chocolate brown will be enhanced with copper reflections for an equally discreet and beautiful look.
Think of this tone as the perfect midpoint between golden blonde and vibrant copper. With a lot of dimension and brightness, this creamy shadow is the subtle way to put yourself on tiptoe in a red undertone without completely compromising.
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