4 Hair Color Trends to Try this Spring

4 Hair Color Trends to Try this Spring

After surviving the frigid temperature of the winter, we all simply deserve a dazzling spring hair makeover. While we wait for the arrival of a happier weather, it is only fitting to greet the upcoming spring with a new hair color that is brighter, warmer, and simply more appealing.

To give us an idea on what hair color to wear this spring, “Redken” celebrity colorist Tracey Cunningham draws out 4 major hair color trends that we’ll be seeing come spring-summer 2015.


“This has been my go-to blonding technique for many years,” Cunningham says. “It mimics the sun-kissed tones your hair took on when you were a child.” To achieve this look, a colorist should lighten single hair strands instead of portions, to boost the shade without creating apparent streaks. It is a great and effective way for a natural blond like Gwyneth Paltrow to enhance her color.

Blonded brunette

“So many of my brunette clients believe that blond highlights are off-limits, but it is, in fact, the opposite—highlights on a brunette create a gorgeous lift,” Cunningham says. On Jessica Biel, for example, she has used a balayage effect to interlace face-brightening bursts of blond into just the lower sections of her dark hair. This look is fainter than the ombre style where the whole lower half of the hair is obviously lighter.

Solid brunette

“A wildly popular trend on the opposite end of the spectrum is a rich monochromatic look, which is ideal for brunettes who want one solid color instead of dual tones,” Cunningham says. This look is ideal for those who aren't into stripy looks and prefer single-note hair color.

Richer red

“Deep, strong reds like Emma Stone's are here to stay, both on and off the red carpet," Cunningham says. A good colorist can customize red for any complexion, working along a variety that ranges from cool ruby to vibrant copper.


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