The hottest looks of the season.
For years haircolor was reserved for women looking to hide greys or brighten their look with a few highlights and lowlights. Today, however, haircolor is a statement, often inspired by everything from the latest fashions to the hottest makeup trends. The latest haircolors to rise through the ranks are no exception. Created in collaboration with Parisian fashion designer Vanessa Bruno, L'Oréal Professionnel's IT looks for spring and summer are undoubtedly Copper Wave and Nude Beige, two customizable shades for women looking for a more natural look in a sea of rose gold and pastel. To learn more about these hair color trends for spring and summer, just keep reading!
Seen on L'Oréal Professionnel's newest ambassador, the ultimate cool chick, Hailey Baldwin, Nude Beige is the IT shade of blonde this season. Typically, blondes come in one of two tones-warm and cool-but Nude Beige blends the best of both, meeting halfway between a warm platinum and a cool ash blonde. The nude color-inspired by the popular no-makeup makeup trend-is like a born-with-it-blonde...but better. The luminous nude color is highlighted at the facial contours and features an all-over neutral tone that complements nearly every skin tone.
The best part about the Nude Beige haircolor trend is that like all L'Oréal Professionnel haircolors, your hairdresser can customize the shade to best suit you. For added shine and protection, talk to your hairdresser about Smartbond which can be added to your color service to help to preserve the integrity and strength of your hair as you lighten.
Another natural-looking haircolor that's going to be big this spring and summer is Copper Wave. The technique, like Nude Beige, was inspired by cosmetics-specifically the layering of makeup to brighten the contours of the face. Copper Wave is ideal for redheads looking to enhance shine and vibrancy without making a monumental change in haircolor. The copper tint warms up the hair and subsequently your whole look, making it perfect for the warmer months ahead.
To achieve the look, your hairdresser will color sections of your hair with a smooth balayage technique and an ammonia-free gloss. This gives an intense shine and a natural finish that will gradually fade away rather than growing out, so there will be no intense lines of demarcation to worry about. To refresh your look and to restore that initial vibrancy, schedule salon appointments every 4-6 weeks for another gloss.