The Trend for Natural-Looking Hair Colours at My Hair Guru Hair Salon in Paisley
Anyone who is looking for a change from their natural hair colour, but who doesn’t want to go too wild with fashion colours, will love the new trend for natural-looking hair colours. Very few of us are naturally blessed with beautiful, multi-dimensional hair colour. If you are looking to breathe some life into your hair colour, the 2019 trend for balayage, warm brunette lowlights and golden blonde highlights will be perfect for you!
Please note : If you are new to hair colour or have not had your hair coloured at My Hair Guru Hair Salon in Paisley in the past six months or more, it is essential you book in for a quick skin patch test 48 hours prior to your hair colour appointment.
Bronde Hair Colour with Balayage
If you mix brunette and blonde hair colours together you get our favourite new shade, Bronde!
This increasingly popular hair colour trend is available with a wide-range of dimensions and hue combinations, entirely bespoke to you. This hair colour is low-maintenance, natural-looking, and extremely flattering to your complexion.This trend merges rich brunette shades with golden blonde tones, which can be added as foil highlights or using the hand-painted balayage technique.
Balayage (a French term meaning “to sweep”) is where hair colour is hand-painted onto the hair to accentuate your hairstyle and features – basically we paint the highlights onto the hair where it is going to look most stunning when the sun picks it out!
Find out more about the balayage hair colour service here.
Warm Blonde Hair Colour with Golden Highlights
What exactly do we mean by warm blonde hair colour? Warm blonde colours are the more golden blonde tones including honey hues, buttery blondes and caramel blonde colours.
If you’re wondering whether you would suit warm blonde hair, you should look to your skin’s undertones. Pinkish tones in the skin are cool, whilst more yellow undertones mean that your skin is warm. Olive skin is often mistaken for a warm tone, but it actually works well with cool ashy blonde tones. If you have more a porcelain skin tone, warm your complexion with face framing caramel highlights.
If you love hair that looks beach ready and sun-kissed, then ask your My Hair Guru colour expert to weave some warm golden blonde highlights through your hair.
Natural Looking Ombré Hair Shades
Natural-looking ombré hair colour is big news this season!
The ombré technique is where your colour technician gradually makes your hair lighter from the mid-lengths to the ends, with more of a contrast in the colours than a balayage. Usually this is done with fashion colours at the ends of the hair, but we think that this looks simply beautiful when you choose a mixture of dark and lighter blonde shades.
As with balayage, ombré is a low maintenance hair colour, as there will be no noticeable root growth, which makes it ideal if you are new to hair colour or don’t want to make too much of a commitment.
To keep your ombré colour looking fresh, we recommend you return to My Hair Guru Hair Salon in Paisley every eight weeks for a toner to refresh your beautiful blonde ends.
Bronze Tinged Brunette Hair Colour
Liven up your brunette locks by adding a subtle bronzed effect, ask your My Hair Guru colour specialist to add some gentle red-toned highlights throughout.
If you want your highlights to stand out, then ask for thicker weaves of more vibrant red hair colour shades throughout the lengths of your hair.
If you are looking for a more subtle lift to your hair colour, then ask for fine highlights to create a beautiful multi-dimensional tone to your brunette hair.
Highlights can be as fine or as chunky as you wish, but we would recommend visiting My Hair Guru Hair Salon for a hair colour consultation so that we can discuss the look you desire and agree on a plan for your hair.
Book Your Natural Hair Colour Appointment at My Hair Guru Hair Salon in Paisley
Call My Hair Guru on 0141 589 3803 to start your natural hair colour journey today, or alternatively book online here.