Did you know that black is the most common hair color in the world?
Did you also know that red is one of the rarest colors with only about 1% of the world’s population sporting it?
Blonde is closely ahead of red with about 2% of the population.
The color of your hair, whether you are a man or a woman is something that has the potential to influence your looks in more ways that you can imagine. A slight stroke of blonde over your black hair can add a whole new dimension to your look. And a slightly different styling of the highlighted hair can immensely change your entire style.
If you’re trying to experiment and if you’re trying to play safe, then you might think a very subtle highlight of a very subtle color to your hair couldn’t probably do any harm. Hell, it might even go unnoticed, so even if it does go wrong you can easily get away with it.
Well, let me tell you something people.
Hair coloring is serious business and I’m being a hundo p honest when I tell you that you need to do proper research and get some facts right before you head on and color.
For starters, you could find out what’s trending in the fashion world currently and then decide which ones would suit your skin tone.
To help you, here are the top 5 hottest trending hair colors that are doing the rounds in fashion this season:
Blorange – As the name suggests, this is a blend of blonde and orange. It is the hottest hair color of the season and it is already being adorned by fashion leaders and celebrities all over the world including Rosie-Huntington Whitely and Gigi Hadid.
According to hair experts, it is a color that “plays with the natural tones of the hair” and it “compliments most people’s skin tone in the winter”.
Bronde – Yet another combination of two common hair colors, this is a color closer to brown and it is for those of you who are a bit suh and huh with blonde and brown. It is not so blonde, but it’s not brown either.
This style was rocked by Blake Lively back in 2015, and now it is back with a bang.
Color melt- This is more of a derivation of ombre style and it is my personal favorite! Rather than a strong and prominent transition, melt is all about a more gradual, natural and softer transition from dark to light. We are done with harsh transitions, at least for the time being.
Cinnamon Brunette – This is for the brunettes out there. Think of a more dramatic look to your brown hair and there you have it. You can even add hints of red in this hue, to make it extra dramatic and rich. This would be perfect for fairer skin tones.
Seamless lines – This is more of a style in coloring, rather than a hair color. It works just as well for blondes, brunettes and red heads. It involves seamless highlights of color that start at the top or increase in area gradually towards the end. It would be almost like a slow fading in to the next shade of color.
Which one is your favorite among the top 5? Let us know.