Blue hair ideas that you must try now

Kat | 16 September 2018
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It’s time to get blue hair! Check out these five gorgeous shades and pick the one that you love most. 

Planning to dye your hair soon? Give blue hair a try, because…why not? If you’ve been dyeing your hair with the same shade of brown for many years now, it’s time to shake up your look. Go for an unconventional hair color and get a complete makeover. Take cues from these blue hair pegs to see if it’s a yay or nay for you (hopefully, it’s a yay).



5 Blue hair shades to color your hair with



Blue hair: White woman with long cobalt blue hair
Cobalt blue blends well with naturally dark hair. Credit: Shutterstock

1. Cobalt blue

If you have naturally dark hair and you’re not comfortable jumping to bright shades yet, try cobalt blue. It’s dark enough to blend seamlessly with black or brown hair yet still noticeable. You can get cobalt blue as highlights or have your entire hair dyed with it.

Cream Silk Color Protect Conditioner

Editor’s tip: Use Cream Silk Color Protect Conditioner to wash dyed hair. This will prevent dryness and dullness while helping enhance the color of your hair. 

Blue hair: Woman with pale skin and teal hair
Stand out with vibrant teal hair. Credit: Shuttertock

2. Teal

Dreaming of becoming a mermaid? You can’t grow a tail, but you can have mermaid hair by dyeing your tresses teal. This color looks dreamy—even magical—so you’ll feel like you’re fulfilling your childhood fantasy. You might even want to wear teal contact lenses to match your hair.

TONI&GUY Damage Repair Mask

Editor’s tip: Frequent coloring may damage your locks. Treat your hair to a weekly application of TONI&GUY Damage Repair Mask to prevent this. 

Blue hair: Woman with pale skin and short ice blue hair
Ice blue hair complements a fair complexion. Credit: Shutterstock

3. Ice blue

Got a pale complexion? Ice blue will look great on you. With this color, you’ll give off an artsy or kawaii vibe. If you work in the creative profession, you might want to consider getting this shade of blue hair. Accentuate with a bold lip color to keep your facial features from being washed out.

TRESemmé Platinum Strength Shampoo

Editor’s tip: Protect strands from breakage with TRESemmé Platinum Strength Shampoo and TRESemmé Platinum Strength Conditioner

Blue hair: White woman with blonde and light blue hair
You can combine blue with another hair color to create an ombre effect. Credit: indigitalimages.com

4. Ombre blue

You can get blue hair and blend it with your natural hair color through balayage highlights, or combine pale blue with blonde hair and create an ombre effect. The latter will allow you to create a more seamless transition to light blue if you bleach your naturally dark hair and make it blonde. Just visit a trusted salon with experienced stylists so you will get the hair color that you want.

TONI&GUY Sea Salt Texturising Spray

Editor’s tip: Add texture to light hair to keep it from looking flat. Spritz TONI&GUY Sea Salt Texturising Spray to achieve this. 

Blue hair: Woman with blonde hair with blue streaks in a bun hairstyle
Liven up your hair with bright blue streaks. Credit: Shutterstock

5. Blue streaks

Want blue in small doses? Get highlights or streaks. Dye small sections of your hair with blue and let the color be distributed evenly all throughout your hair. This ‘do is low maintenance because you don’t need to retouch your roots immediately once your hair starts growing. You can just let the color blend in.

TONI&GUY High Shine Serum Drops

Editor’s tip: Keep hair shiny by applying a drop of TONI&GUY High Shine Serum Drops on your hair after styling. 

Maintain gorgeous blue hair with the help of these products. Have them delivered to you through these links:
Cream Silk Color Protect Conditioner
TONI&GUY Damage Repair Mask
TRESemmé Platinum Strength Conditioner
TONI&GUY Sea Salt Texturising Spray
TONI&GUY High Shine Serum Drops

With these ideas, you’re now ready to give blue hair a try. Indeed, you can be bold and beautiful in blue.

Next read: Don’t have time to go to the salon? Color your hair at home. Here’s a guide on how to go the DIY route. 

 

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