According to Good Housekeeping magazine
“Ecaille, cinnamon swirl, buttery? It sounds like a French cafe menu, but these are the hottest hues this year so far.”
Consider your skin tone and desired results when choosing your shade (the color) and level (lightness or depth). For instance, if you have pale alabaster skin, most red shades will compliment your look. Most of the ads we see today feature picture perfect skin and youthful aged models wearing the hottest colors.
Some things to consider:
- We should be reminded as we mature we should stay away from dark and harsh shades.
- Try out some of the new techniques like Flamboyage, Balayage or Snowlights. These are softer, more gradual and easier to grow out when it is time for a change.
- Many better salons will do a consult so bring those pictures or your device loaded up with Pinterest to find a look that looks great and easy to maintain. If you are a new client you should have additional time allotted.
- The sun and harsh high alkaline shampoos are the quickest way to loose your color. Make sure you are using a color safe like Surface’s Trinity line or one suggested by your stylist.
- Try something new, reinvent yourself, it could be fun!
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Photo source: Good Housekeeping magazine online