If you’re looking for a way to add volume and thickness to your hair, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a collection of my favorite volumizing color combinations that will make your locks look fuller and thicker. Keep reading if you want to know more!
If you’re looking to boost your volume while also chasing a warmer shade of blonde, then burnt blonde is the way to go. This color has some depth and dimension that makes it stand out, but it’s still not as bright or harsh as something like strawberry blonde or platinum. If you have dark skin and light eyes, burnt blonde will probably look best on you because the warmth in this tone can complement your complexion.
The best thing about this color is how thick it makes your hair look—it’s almost like having extensions without all the hassle! It also makes your tresses appear healthier and more voluminous than usual because of its richness.
Color #2: Luminous Light Brown Volume
Your hair will be a luminous light brown with a fabulous shine. The color will work best on medium to dark natural hair, but you can use this color for any texture. When you look at your hair in the mirror, you will see that it looks thicker and healthier than before. This color is great for women who have fair skin with golden undertones and hazel or green eyes.
Color #3: Electric Sandy Blonde Volume
If you’re looking for a color that will add volume to your hair, Sandy Blonde is a great choice for you. Sandy blonde hair is naturally textured, so it adds body without looking unnatural. This can be especially helpful for women with fine hair who want to create more volume without using products like mousse or gel.
Color #4: Icy Platinum Blonde Volume
Icy platinum blonde is a more subtle color than some of the others, but it’s still got enough pop to make you stand out.
The highlights should be lighter than your base color. For example, if you’re blonde and want icy platinum highlights, use a light ash blonde.
Before you get started, make sure that your hair is dry and clean so that it will absorb the color better than wet or dirty hair would.
Also make sure that your hair isn’t too damaged or dry so that it doesn’t take as much time to process (which means less money spent at the salon!).
Color #5: Toasted Bronze Brown Volume
You may be thinking, “Toasted bronze brown? Who would want to have a hair color like that?” Well, let me tell you: many people. This is a great color for anyone who wants to add some subtle fun and interest to their look without making it too bold or drastic. It’s also great if your skin tone is on the warm side and/or if you have green eyes or brown eyes, since this shade won’t wash out your complexion!
Color #6: Rosy Ash Brown Volume
Let’s talk about color 6. This is a combination of red, orange and brown shades. It’s best for people with fair skin and light eyes.
People with grey hair should try this color because it can cover up the grey hair really well while making your natural color look better than ever before! If you have fine hair I would recommend getting this shade done at a salon so that they can apply it evenly or else it may not turn out as nice as you want it to be
This color works best for people who don’t want anyone to know that they’ve dyed their hair but still want something fun and interesting
Color #7: Charcoal Silver Volume
Charcoal Silver Volume is a mix of grey and silver. The color looks great on all hair types. It will make your hair look thicker and more voluminous, no matter what your natural hair color is. This color will work with any skin tone, so it’s a good choice if you have darker skin or just want to add some glamour to your look.
Color #8: Caramelized Golden Blonde Volume
This color is a variation of golden blonde, but it has a much deeper, richer tone. The caramelized look can be achieved with a permanent hair color or by using highlights and lowlights in the same shade. This color is best suited for light skin tones and will suit most face shapes.
These hair color colour combinations will make your hair look thicker and more voluminous
When you’re trying to achieve volume, the best hair colors will enhance your natural features and lighten up your face.
To get the most out of a volumizing hair color, choose one that’s as close to your natural shade as possible. That way, it’ll look like an improvement rather than a drastic change. Then start by asking yourself these questions: What are the qualities I want in my new hairstyle? What kind of personality do I want my haircut and color combination to convey? Do I have specific features that should be highlighted or minimized? What’s my budget for this project? How much time am I willing to dedicate (and what kind of maintenance is involved)?
Next, take into consideration how many times you plan on dyeing or bleaching your hair before deciding which type of product will work best for you: permanent dye lasts longer but requires multiple applications over time; semi-permanent dyes last about eight weeks; temporary dyes last only seven days but require no commitment once applied.
Deciding on the best volume colors is all about finding the right combination of tones that suit your hair. The top tips we’ve given here should help you do just that.