Maybe this fall 2018 hair color wasn’t such a surprise but it bears mention, nonetheless. Chestnut brown was huge on the runways. Models strutted down the catwalks with multidimensional, shimmering shades of chocolatey dark brown manes.

While dark brown is a traditional look for the colder months, it is popular for a reason. With a warm base it appeals to most skin tones and looks luscious and prismatic when colored properly. It also offers a beautiful canvas with which to explore more unconventional silhouettes. Plus it pairs perfectly with the dark clothing and urbane mood of the colder months..

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Two Fall/ Winter 2018-2019 Hair Color Trends

#1. Neon Bobs

Pastel neon is having a moment as one of the most intriguing fall/ winter 2018-2019 hair color trends. The look is hard to wear, maybe so, but it’s also hard to hate, and we can see fashion followers everywhere adopting this scintillating trend this month.

Pastels have a kitschy, neo-futuristic appeal that is perfect for the back-to-the-Eighties arcade energy of the season. A neon-pastel bob has a girlish, underground feel that infuses any look with a girl in the know energy.

#2. Redheads

This season, natural red hair is everywhere! Focus on making your natural shade as healthy and dazzling as you can and don’t listen to anyone who says you can’t wear pink, blue, or any other color under the sun!

At Boss, redheaded models let their bright and vivacious color contrast against stark black outfits. At Ann Demeulemeester, red hair was stark, minimalist, and architectural. At Guy Laroche, supple peach-red hair looked refreshing and original.

 

Hot Fall Colour

Hot Fall Colour

If you’re starting to look for hairstyle inspiration for Fall, there are many gorgeous hair trends to inspire your next look.

This season, hair accessories remained a big player, with stylists bringing back some of our favorite old-school favorites. Tousled locks were a popular look last season and  have continued into Fall 2018 with many shows sending models down the runway with woke up like this bedhead. On the opposite end of the spectrum, there were those who favored polished, sideswept hair and wet-look finishes.

Retro fans will be glad to hear that there were several throwback references on the runways that extended beyond accessories. A 60s theme was evident at a few different shows, while others chose to channel the general allure of decades gone by with romantic, vintage-inspired ‘dos. Last but definitely not least, shows that featured updos really went for it, creating next-level looks that went beyond the standard ponytail.

Chic Twist with Metal, Leather and Updo

Here’s another Katy Perry look we absolutely love! Joico Color Butter Pink is  a quickie way to add a feminine flush that lasts up to 10 shampoos. This commitment-free hybrid combines fun color and reparative function in one luscious tub.   i

t’s a very easy and quick colour line to use and the look is cool and cute!  Perfect for both summer cottage and city life!

 

Blueberry Crush

June 30, 2018

Check out Katy Perry’s fab new hair colour.  This  juicy new hair-color is a lusciously ripe, violet-based shade was delivered with Joico’s Color Butter Purple, creamy decadence that adds bold pops of color when — and where — you want it.

If, lyou’re looking to dabble in gutsy Purple for up to ten shampoos, then we recommend the commitment-free Joico Color Butter Purple as the way to go: It’s a quickie trick that adds mega change to hair without the long-term obligation of permanent color; plus, the nourishing hybrid product combines fun color and reparative function in one luscious tub.

Two Hot Summer Styles

June 28, 2018

Bangs

Bangs are hot and cute, but we know how annoying that grow-out phase can be. “Curtain bangs” is the fringe to binge this summer. As they grow out, you flick them to the side a bit,” so they look a bit like open curtains.  This longer, more forgiving length allows you to swoop your bangs all together to the side as they grow, avoiding that awkward stage. There’s so much versatility in this style.

Update Your Ombre

Now let’s talk color. Heading into the sunny season, ask us about a technique and effect called foliage, a hybrid of ombre and balayage: It’s placing foils higher up to create pops of color in that fringe area, or at the tips.  It’s reviving ombre with the balayage technique to make it look more modern, and not so grown-out.

Summer Bangs

Summer Bangs