I see the spring holding a lot of subtle, sweet dimensional color with pastels that are barely there. or dimensional color with some bright blondes. To encourage cool, silvery colors, use blues and purples. For warmth and reds, use pinks and plums.
To keep your hair looking and feeling soft and strong, use a deep conditioner every week or two and see your stylist for an in salon protein treatment. My favorite is TiGi Bedhead Color Goddess Miracle Treatment Mask. For strength, I use TiGi Copyright Care SOS Recovery Treatment in the salon with it to add intense healing and moisture.
You can make the edginess in your hairstyle obvious or you can hide it. Our redhead sometimes parts her hair down the middle, making her hair a cute A-line. As you can see, it’s not just pretty and clean all the time.
Jace wanted bright red, but he wanted it to be subtle and hidden. This is beautiful and vivid and he still gets the benefit of it not being like being hit in the head with a bat. This is a prime example of the color “yelling” but the cut whispering. I got a text later that he loved it!
A client who is now a friend initially found me and just came for haircuts. Who can blame her when she has beautiful blonde hair. Recently, she has moved out of state, but she left with a lot of fun hair history.
The first picture is after trying a bit of soft purple. The next is her before, at an early morning appointment.
We shortened it next and used a combination of purple and green for an iridescent effect.
We shortened it even more.
Daringly short and more intense. It was so much fun!