The course for naturalness and naturalness is stronger than ever. But if the natural shade and regrown roots (even if they are worn with pleasure by Kristen Stewart and Cara Delevingne) do not inspire, it's time to surrender to the hands of stylists. L'Oréal Professionnel's creative partner Alexei Nagorskiy gives advice on how to dye your hair fashionably this summer.
This is the most natural coloring, which does not imply sharp contrasts. On the contrary, the color transitions are very smooth, and the difference between the main and lightened strands will be only 1-2 tones. The inspiration for this trend was makeup: if earlier there was a clear contouring in fashion, and hair coloring was also contrasting - the strands of the face could be much lighter than the bulk of the hair, now the accents have shifted. Pastel makeup is popular, and the hair color also becomes more calm. Contrasting strands are a thing of the past, they were replaced by soft play of color - a combination of warm and cold tones. Such coloring is suitable for absolutely everyone, you just need to choose the right shades, and this is exactly the work of the stylist.
Blorange (orange blond)
These are light orange shades that can be either bright or pastel. Simply put, it is a light peach shade on blond hair. It softens facial features very well, suits girls with cold skin tones. But if the skin is pinkish, it is better to refuse such staining ─ it is ideal for pale skin. Another nuance ─ blorange is best suited for girls under 30 years old.
Coloring, literally suggesting the golden mean between blond and red. This shade looks very noble ─ it is not just a golden tint (and even more so not a banal "yellow"), but really a golden shade. And this option is just right for older girls ─ 35+.
Pastel pink and lavender
Pastel pink is a subtle reflection of rose quartz on the hair. True, bright variations of pink are more of a youth trend, so those who are older should consider semitones, for example, a beige blond with a subtle pink tint.
Lavender or pale lilac is also a variation on the theme of pink, only with a cold, bluish undertone. This is also a youth story, and this shade suits girls with warmer skin tones. If the skin tone is rather cold, olive green, the complexion may appear grayish. But if you really want to paint this way, bright makeup will be the way out.
Cold dark tone
In dyeing on dark hair in the SS18 season, colder shades are relevant: graphite, chestnut, coffee. The coloring should be predominantly monochromatic, and even if some of the strands are lightened, the difference between the main and lightened shade should be a maximum of 1-2 tones. The main thing is that reddish or red tints are unacceptable.
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