There are so many trends in hair colors that you may be tempted to try a new one every month! Indeed, this year, celebrities are parading on the red carpet with buttery blond hair, purple hair or even coloured hair in sexy brown shades. Do like them and let yourself be seduced by one of the sublime colours we present to you!
10. A blond with contrasts
Selena Gomez’s surprising transformation will certainly inspire many women to do the same, from brunette to blonde, but what sets her apart from other blonde-dyed celebrities is her roots that have remained brown and her eyebrows still dark. The intentional contrast is both pretty and practical, as it will allow her hair to grow with less maintenance.
9. A beige blond
There is little variation in this soft and light blonde shade, which makes it so special. It has an even more dramatic effect if it closely matches your complexion, as you see here with Nicole Kidman.
8. Peanut butter and jam
Created by colourist Megan Schipani for a customer who wanted “to keep it natural”, but also wanted “something fun”, this ingenious two-tone dye presents a golden blonde inspired by the colour of peanut butter and shades of purple evoking jam.
7. A part of brown and a part of blond
Selma Blair’s bright golden highlights are so abundant on her dark brown hair that it’s as if she were both brown and blonde!
6. A purple blue for those who want to dare
Deep purple blue is a perfect color for those who want originality without lightening their hair first.
5. A dark brown with reflections
Most of Kat Graham’s hair is dark brown with light brown highlights surrounding her face.
4. A melted orange-red
This incredible shade begins with a bright shade, a natural orange-red, and blends into a strawberry blonde color and peaches towards the ends. The strands are both intense and soft.
3. A butter-colored blond
With so many platinum blondes trying to keep their hair perfect, it’s refreshing to see a blonde with that hair tone that looks so fabulous. It is a butter-coloured blond, not a coppery blond.
2. A carob brown
This rich brown shade is warm without going into reddish territory – as do so many warm brown shades – making it super flattering on all types of skin shades.
1. A slightly golden blond
Allison Williams has found a perfect balance with this blonde shade: it is rich and warm without being coppery, light and textured without appearing overly emphasized.