You can’t walk down the street without spotting a mermaid hair color. From celebrities to Instagram models, everyone is getting in on the trend. If you want to try out this look for yourself, here are our top ten hair colors!
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Chunky blonde highlights
Highlights are an easy way to add dimension, depth and movement to any hair color. Highlights can be dramatic or subtle depending on the amount of hair that is highlighted and how much contrast there is between the highlights and base color. Highlights can also be done in a variety of ways such as foiling, balayage or ombre.
Highlights can be added to any color of hair including blonde, brunette and redhead shades. In order for your highlights to look natural you will need to have at least one shade lighter than your base color so that when it grows out there won’t be a noticeable difference between them (i.e., If you’re lightening dark brown hair with an ash brown shade then only apply lightener at first).
Soft ash tones
A soft ash tone will blend with your natural hair color and create a soft grayish-brown that’s perfect for brunettes, redheads and black haired ladies. The balayage technique is great for achieving this look, as well as using a color protecting shampoo and conditioner.
You’ll be left with a beautiful new hue that will make you feel like a new woman!
Warm red undertones
If you’re looking for a color that will not only contrast with your skin tone but also look great with it, then a warm red is your best bet. A warm red hair color is one with yellow undertones, meaning that it looks golden rather than purple or blue when applied to the hair. The benefits of this shade are that it can complement many different skin tones (even if they’re not as pale as yours). If you have darker skin and want to go red without having to worry about making yourself look washed out, this is the way to go!
Copper and russet tones
Copper and russet tones are a great way to add warmth to your hair. You can achieve these tones with a balayage technique, which involves painting on sections of hair using semi-permanent dye, then washing it out with shampoo. There are many ways to achieve copper and russet tones, including using box dye or going in for an all-over color treatment that uses permanent dyes.
Warm brown with golden highlights
Warm brown tones are one of the most flattering hair colors for those with warm skin tones. They give your hair a sun-kissed look and will make your skin glow. Golden highlights are the most popular option for adding dimension to your hair color, but any shade of gold will work.
The best way to get golden highlights is by using a lighter shade than your natural hair color. If you have dark brown or black hair, try using a reddish-golden blonde or copper tone that’s two shades lighter than your natural color as an accent around face framing areas like the front bangs or along the sides of the head in a diagonal line from behind one ear over towards where it meets up with the other side at an angle (wherever that may be).
Medium brown with caramel highlights
Medium brown hair color with caramel highlights
If you’re a brunette who’s looking to lighten up your look, medium brown is an excellent choice. The rich, dark shade will make your complexion appear more radiant, while the red undertones in a true medium brown give it just enough warmth to counteract the coolness of your skin tone. And if you want to add some dimension to this basic hue without going too far over the top with color—or if you’re simply not ready for full-on blonde—caramel highlights are an excellent option.
Deep burgundy tones for dark hair
Deep burgundy tones for dark hair.
Burgundy is one of the best shades on dark hair, especially if you are trying to achieve a look that mimics autumn’s burnt orange leaves. This color will bring out the rich tone of your skin and add drama to your overall appearance as well. You can either go with an intense burgundy tone or a muted version of this red-purple hue, depending on how much you want to emphasize your skin’s natural color instead of looking like you’re wearing a wig.
Full body balayage for light hair
Balayage is an art form that involves painting highlights to the hair, as opposed to using a cap or foil. It can also be described as freehand highlighting, where the colorist uses their hand instead of a brush or comb to apply the color. This gives more control over how much lightening you want in each section and allows for more natural-looking results!
There are many benefits to balayage: it’s customizable, easy on your wallet (you don’t need as much bleach), low maintenance (it doesn’t damage your roots), natural looking and best of all…it grows out if you want too! The only real drawback is that it may not work well if your hair isn’t light enough; if this is the case then do some research into other options like single process dyeing!
Long, beachy blonde curls with low lights
If you have long blonde hair, but want to achieve a beachier look than your natural color can provide, try adding some lowlights. The lighter strands will enhance the brightness of your base color and create an illusion that you just spent a relaxing day at the beach.
For added effect, try curling your hair with a flat iron or wand as soon as you get out of the shower. This will give it lots of texture and make it seem like you wandered away from an afternoon on the sand.
Bright copper tones for dark hair with warm undertones
Copper hair color is a good choice for people who have dark hair with warm undertones. If you have light skin, copper hair can look too orangey-red. But if you have dark skin that tends to be warm in its undertone (like mine), the yellow-based tones of copper will complement your complexion nicely.
If you want to go from black or very dark brown, try starting out by getting highlights first with a caramel-colored base color. This will help prevent brassiness and make it easier to maintain your new hue over time. Then once the highlights fade out enough (they’ll keep getting lighter as they grow out), get an allover dye job done at the salon or at home with a box kit like Color Vibes or Creative Creme Hair Color in Natural Red Brown, which contains no peroxide so it won’t damage your strands as much while still giving them subtle warmth and shine—just like real copper!
Hair colors have names like butter, toasted coconut and champagne.
Hair color is an amazing way to express yourself, but it can be tricky. When you’re trying to figure out whether your new look will shine or just make you look like a fool, it helps to have some ideas in mind. We’ve curated a list of the best hair color ideas for 2019 that are sure to get your creative juices flowing:
Butter: If your hair is naturally dark brown or black, this will give it a healthy glow and make it appear as if you’ve spent hours at the beach running around barefoot. Plus, butter is delicious on toast—just sayin’.
Toasted coconut: This golden hue will look amazing in almost any light! Just don’t forget that sunscreen!
It’s important to know that the most popular hair colors are not necessarily the best option for you. If you’re looking to dye your hair a new color, it’s important to consider what kind of color best complements your skin tone and personal style. The key is knowing how different shades affect different people and choosing something that will make your look pop!