Reverse Dip Dye –This look is certainly one for the brave, though you could create a more subtle version by choosing a shade just one or two darker than your natural or current colour. For long hair, apply your chosen colour to the last third of your hair with your fingertips to create a blended effect rather than a harsh line. On shorter hair, just try adding the darker tone to the tips and ends either by using gloved hands or by applying the colour to an old comb and just combing the ends of the hair. For mid-blonde hair similar to the Naturtint 7N Hazelnut Blonde, try Naturtint 4N Natural Chestnut to recreate this look.
If you are feeling brave and want a distinct contrast to your hair, go for a colour at the opposite end of the spectrum to your current colour. Bear in mind however that if you are applying a dark tone to lightened hair, the colour will fade and may leach into the rest of the hair, so invest in good quality after care products for coloured hair. Nutrideep Multiplier will help to slow colour fade and keep the colour looking intense.
Red Red Red! – Good news! Most of us can pull off at least one shade of red so if you’ve never dabbled with a warmer tone, don’t be put off by this trend. Darker skin tones tend to suit more mahogany or plum based reds whilst cooler or fairer skin tones are flattered by more orange based reds such as copper and terracotta. Red is a notoriously difficult colour to maintain however as the pigment is prone to leaching from the hair so be prepared to look after your colour and refresh more regularly than you might with another colour. Naturtint has some stunning red shades across the whole colour chart, for example 8C Copper Blonde and 7.46 Arizona Copper.
Pretty Beige Blondes – Soft and subtle blonde shades suit floaty hairstyles so this look is more suited to mid-length and long hair with a natural wave. If your hair naturally has warm tones, try working with an ash colour to create a more neutral beige colour but equally if you are a natural ash blonde, you may need to add some warmth with a golden tone. Naturtint 9.31 Sandy Blonde is a good colour to pull off this look but remember, you should only try and use shades one or two lighter than your natural colour.
Whilst pale, translucent blondes such as this can wash some fair complexions out, naturally porcelain skin tones can pull this look off nicely but if you’re skin tone is a little warmer, you would be better suited to a darker version.