Getting a new hairstyle can make a huge difference in your life. It updates your look, it makes you feel bolder, and it just gives you that “certain something” you might’ve been missing before!
Finding a new hair color is one of the easiest ways to make a big change. You don’t have to wait for hair to grow out or getting the guts to lop it all off. No wonder the hair color market is set to hit almost $30 billion by 2019!
Looking for more hair dye ideas but don’t know where to start? Check out this list of hair color trends for 2018!
1. Peanut Butter and Jelly Hair
Peanut butter and jelly is one of the cute and quirky hair color trends of 2018. This one looks best on brunettes and blondes.
Have a layer of grape-colored strands and add in a few honey-gold highlights for peanut butter.
2. Mermaid Hair
Fantastic tresses (think unicorn, fairy) have come on the scene but none with the staying power of mermaid hair.
To get great mermaid hair, you’ll need hair the color of the ocean. Think dark blues, deep greens, seafoam hues. Commit all the way to the mermaid look by adding soft waves to your hair.
3. Rose Gold Hair
We all love the way rose gold accessories highlight our outfits. With rose gold hair, you’ll look light you’re glowing all the time.
This is one of those hair color trends with real staying power. Just make sure to get it done right so that it doesn’t look too brassy. Your salon should have a great hair color processor to make this dream a reality.
4. Dark Wash Denim Hair
While the other hair color trends we talked about need a bit of hair lightening or even work best on blonde hair, this next trend is for everyone with dark hair.
Dark wash denim looks and feels like that sexy pair of jeans you slip into on those first dates you want to go right. Add a dark blue tint to up the impact of your naturally dark hair.
5. Cool Ash Hair
Not all of these styles are for millennials working their first tech gig. You can be older and still keep up with the latest hair color trends.
If you see that you’re going grey but aren’t ready to embrace that just yet, try cool ash blonde hair. It’s a bit deeper and warmer than grey and looks truly elegant.
6. Face Framing Highlights
Another winner for brunettes and those with darker hair! Add a few highlights just around your face to add a subtle pop.
7. Lowlights On The Ends
The cousin to face-framing highlights are lowlights on the end of long hair. This is a subtle way to add dimension without investing in major upkeep.
More Hair Color Trends
With all of these amazing options, it’s no wonder 33 million people use hair coloring products an average of four to five times a year!
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