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Stylists who often do this hair color on their customers choose pieces of face-framing hair strands, dying them one tone while leaving the rest of the hair as-is. It is a perfect combination for wavy and curly hair extensions, as it gives the color even more movement. There are some hair colors that are suitable for most clients like golden brown, burgundy, and sandy brown for a more natural, sun-kissed appearance. This Ecaille style looks gorgeous on round faces and beige-tan complexions.
If you own a natural reddish-brown hue, you won’t have to do much to embrace the pale-red trend we’ve been seeing. The shade is deeper than the strawberry-blonde and rose-gold trends of 2016, yet subtler than burgundy or crimson. It causes blue or green eyes and freckles to stand out in a flattering way. This is a good way to experiment with color on your curls if you’re new to dyeing your hair, since it doesn’t require the harsh bleaching of other looks on this list.
This growing trend is an edgier, fresher take on the double-processed blonde of 2014. Many curlies and naturalista would cringe at the thought of bleaching their already-fragile coils, but with the invention of Olaplex, more stylists can achieve this color on their customers with minimal damage from such bleach and other chemicals. You can keep your icy white from getting brassy if you use it with purple shampoo. This will helps maintain the hue’s freshness.
The blue-black color trend is both subtle and daring. If your workplace is accepting of creative colors, but you don’t want to go full-blown superhero, then this is your ideal shade. And, the night sky is dark blue — so it can be considered a color found in nature.
Unicorn colors aren’t for anyone, and neither are biweekly root touch-ups. Low-maintenance naturals who prefer to let their curls speak for themselves will find going deep brown ideal. This color is very perfect for women with pale skin, this shade won’t wash out your features. It’ll also give your hair a healthy sheen and complement the warm tones in your skin.
Friends and family may not get it, and it’s not the most flunky color for most skin tones — but that’s not stopping us from attempting the gray trend in 2015. It is very difficult to achieve the hue, but Pravana just made it a little easier with its first gray dye, ChromaSilk Vivids in Silver. If you have the curve and already get icy white, then take your color to the next level with gray this year.