Winter Season is Approaching fast and it’s the time of the year to introduce warm tones to beat the weather coldness. From our Food choices to our clothes every single thing takes a Shift so when it comes to Hair why not them? Yeah you heard it right your hair needs the transition just like your other body parts. And nothing could be classier and transitionary than trying a new Hair dye! We know 2021 has proved to be tough and gruesome with all the pandemic afflictions but at the end of the day you can reinvent yourself by trying cool trendy transformative Hair Dyes and be ready to face the world with a fresh look.
Winter is the season of contrasts, that’s why darker browns and light, cool-toned blondes are very welcome for the coldest days of the year. Bright highlights and funky fashion tones such as blues, purples, and bright reds are trendy and back in Fashion.
With consulting our experts and Hair stylist we have come up with the list of Hair Dyes to Try this winter.
The next time you make your hair appointment or are going trip to the beauty supply store, grab that red hair dye that you’ve been eyeing for weeks. Winter calls for protective styles, so why not add some color while you’re at it?
Deep, dark brown shades are always a good choice during the wintertime. A rich coffee shade is perfect for embracing the cold weather.
Smoky Blue and Aubergine Curls
Finding color trends that pop is exciting and evokes a sense of freedom. Ready to try a shade of smoky blue, aubergine and brighter blue highlights? Simply vary the shades so you get the depth. Flaunt this color this winter and receive all flattery comments!
Black and Subtle Brown Hair
Black is a welcome color in winter seasonal color trends, but the solid hue is likely to look too gloomy. The black diluted with cacao bean brown highlights is another matter. This is a do-not-miss brunette idea for sure!
Cinnamon Spiced Chestnut Brown
Dark chestnut brown base accented with lighter cinnamon toned highlights. The lighter color is applied like the occasional brushstrokes which look very chic and effortless. Keep a medium length, and add curls to accent those lovely highlights.
Gingerbread Caramel Hair
If you’re nervous about going red, shoot for a subtler, warm iteration with this mix that comes in between the two dark and low shades of the color. This gives you the confidence to opt the look with much ease. Keeping the root natural is also a good idea for those who don’t want to book in the salon for touch-ups frequently.
The Raven Black Hair
As the name implies, Raven Hair Dye quench your winter appetite with all the darkness that comes with it. If there was ever a time to go full Black Swan, it’s now. With the cold weather comes the opportunity to go darker than ever.
Yet another classic look to try – You can never go wrong with classic caramel swirls, especially if you have curls. Our Hair Expert suggests asking for a caramel brown shade with a halo effect in the front to brighten up your face this Winter.
If you’re looking to add just a touch of warm to your brunette, consider adding some honey-colored swirls. “Honey hues are a really natural way to add a bit of flair to your typical style,” says our Stylist “Plus, the warm hue will stand out against the cold weather.” For a more natural feel, she suggests asking for a lived-in look that doesn’t start right at the root.
If you have naturally brown hair, try lightening your hair first, then adding a combination of golden and red highlights to achieve the perfect reddish-brunette style. Go brighter this Winter by opting this color transformation.