Warm Up with a New Winter Hair Color
If the grays, browns, and whites of winter have you craving color, find a new one to wear in your hair. By embracing a new shade or even just a subtle tint, you can add some visual interest and a spark of winter magic to your look.
Wear what’s trending
When the mercury drops, warm up your color. If you want to play with trendy tones, layer in rose gold to your blonde or add raspberry to your brunette locks. Shades of violet, plum, and purples with a hint of iridescence are especially in demand this season, it’s one of the top-searched looks for winter on search engines and social media sites. Whether your hair is blonde or black, there are exciting and clever ways to add a pop of purple to your hair without dying it grape from root to tip.
Embrace the classics
For a more subtle change, deepen your natural color by going a few shades darker. Make chestnut brown a rich chocolate, deepen platinum blondes by going to a rich honey color, and take dark browns even darker to enhance your look.
The silver lining
Some people think of winter as dark and dreary—but when it comes to hair, fewer hours of sunshine is a good thing. The sun’s rays have a natural fading effect on hair color, so less sun exposure means your freshly colored locks will stay rich and vibrant longer than in June or July. That means fewer touch-ups. And remember, a color-care shampoo and conditioner, like Redken Color Extend Magnetics, can help too.
Take advantage of the benefits of winter to rock rich, vibrant tones that can be created and easily maintained by your Supercuts stylist. Ask your stylist for advice on the best colors for your skin tones, and brighten up winter with a great new hue.