Summer is the perfect time to finally test out that funky hairstyle and/or color you’ve been dying to try. You know us…always on the look out for the latest hair trends and lately we’ve been noticing these gorgeous dye techniques and colors everywhere–and can’t get enough! If you’re looking to switch up your look this summer, we suggest giving one of these 5 hot summer colors of 2015 a try.
Babylights are the soft and subtle highlights that are deliberately painted on by the stylist to mimick the natural highlights you might have had when you were a kid playing in the summer sun. A great way to add a bit of color without straying too far from your natural tones.
2. BLUE BLACK
We’ve been noticing a lot of hair so black, it’s blue! Or maybe so blue it’s black. Eithe way, it’s gorgeous. No matter how deep or subtle you go with the blue undertones, blue hues paired with jet black are always flawless.
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Women old and young are embracing gray hair! We’ve spotted gray hair on all ages and all styles. We love how it looks on a chunky twist out as well as locs, twists, and braids.
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4. ASH BLONDE AND BROWN
Ash tones are hard to achieve on dark hair, but if you can get the look, it looks great! To upkeep the ash tones and avoid bronze, use purple shampoos, purple conditioners, and blue/purple toners to balance the red and orange undertones. Even though it’s a tough color to master, we think it looks great on most skin tones!
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5. ROSE GOLD
We’ve spotted rosy golden locs on all hair types lately. This is a great color for summer and since this color maintains bronze undertones, you won’t have to worry about as much damage as you would with platinum blonde.
Which of these summer hair color trends are you dying to try this season?
Dora Sobze is a communications professional and freelance blogger. If you’re feeling crafty, hungry, stylish, or in need of natural hair tips, check out her blog latidoe.blogspot.com or spinachblog.com for her latest spinach recipes. She’d love to chat with you on twitter @la_ti_doe