This ultra-flattering warm blonde, seen on the likes of Gigi Hadid, is “an ashy golden beige,” according to
Stephanie Brown, Master Colorist at IGK Salon Soho in New York City.
You don’t need to dye your hair purple to make a dramatic statement this winter. Long, black hair like Kim Kardashian’s stands out, yet looks natural with all skin tones.
Amy Adams’s glossy auburn is exactly what your winter hair Pinterest was missing. Why? Her red is vibrant, yet not brassy.
Already blonde or platinum blonde? Try an icy hue like Cara Delevingne’s for winter. Bonus: The rigorous upkeep means more time spent indoors at a warm and cozy hair salon.
If you’re stuck between blonde and brunette, get the best of both worlds with a soft fade from dark roots to blonde hair. To brighten your look on dark winter days, frame your face with blonde pieces like Margot Robbie.
Take red hair a few notches warmer for winter with a dusky crimson shade. Zendaya’s shade has hints of chardonnay red with onyx and auburn accents for dimension.
“For brunettes with almost black hair, like Lizzo or Shay Mitchell, look for an almost gold undertone for the hair,” Brown suggests. “It should almost be like gold flecks are reflecting off of it.”
‘Bad Guy’ Roots
Billie Eilish’s signature look may be daring, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be trending. “I think people will like to play around with a version of this look by starting out with platinum hair, dying the roots one color, and leaving the ends either platinum or dying it another,” predicts Brown. “Pastel colors would be ideal for this look,” she adds
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