With restrictions being relaxed and salons finally opening up, we’re sure most of you’ll have already booked an appointment at your favourite salon to get your roots touched up or switch your look entirely by getting your hair coloured. But instead of going for the usual brown and caramel tones, how about you go ahead and try these stunning colour ideas we’ve listed down for you? Psst… they are perfect for Indian skin tones and oh-so-trendy right now.
- 01. Wine red balayage
- 02. Bleached bits
- 03. Pastel coral
- 04. Frosted finish
- 05. Honey-toned highlights
01. Wine red balayage
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A deep and rich hue, getting a wine red balayage will be a good way to revamp the really dark hair you are bored of. It develops into an attractive, glossy tint and can be easily grown out, as the red is able to merge with your natural base colour so seamlessly.
02. Bleached bits
Image courtesy: @glamour.by.gracie
From street style influencers to celebs like Kylie Jenner, everybody has suddenly gotten into the ‘bleached bits’ hair trend. This is a good option to look at if you don’t wish to get a full colouring job done but still crave a makeover.
03. Pastel coral
Image courtesy: @itsramonastyle
As opposed to the dye job we saw above, this one is all about a complete transformation. The pastel hair trend got huge during quarantine and we suspect girls stepping into salons to get a professional touch up done to their at-home dye jobs. So, we suspect the trend to still be in vogue post the lockdown.
04. Frosted finish
Image courtesy: @naomipaintshair
Glossy highlights with a frosted finish is a great way to bring back shine to your dull hair! And what better way to welcome winter than a mane to match the frosty outdoors!
05. Honey-toned highlights
Image courtesy: @andrescavazza
If you’re looking for something warmer, we suggest you check out some honey tones highlights. It looks absolutely lovely on dusky skin tones and if you have dark thick hair, the contrast created by this striking hue looks lovely.
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