It’s cream soda minus the cavities!
We’ve already been treated to pink champagne and vino-inspired hair hues so far this year, but just when we thought we’d exhausted all possible beverage-related trends, cream soda hair has been thrown into the mix. And actually, while it might sound a bit far-fetched, it’s totally worth the hype…
Unlike other more ‘out there’ trends (yes leopard print hair, we’re looking at you!), this creamy, vanillary spectrum of shades is the perfect transitional blonde to take you into the colder months.
Find out why cream soda hair is your perfect transitional blonde
Now, if you’ve never actually tried cream soda yourself (seriously, where have you been?), just know that it basically tastes exactly like liquid vanilla ice cream and that’s where the mane (pun intended) inspiration for this look started.
The sweet-looking shade features light vanilla tones to give locks a cool, wintery blonde in a more neutral shade than traditional light autumn hues, like ash blonde.
There’s no denying that silver hair has been a massive trend these past few seasons. But if you weren’t brave enough to give it a try, cream soda hair could be your chance.
This wash and care system is a must-have for blondies (both natural and dyed), enhancing and accentuating your colour, while also adding a serious boost of shine.
One of the major plus points of this shade is that as it gives a more natural finish, it’s incredibly low maintenance. The warm tones mean that as your natural hair comes through, the regrowth won’t be too noticeable.
Looks like you won’t be needing that salon visit quite so soon, after all (both to your tresses and your bank balance thank you).
So if you’ve always been a blonde and want to try something new but have been too afraid in the past, cream soda locks are a perfect way to test out a darker shade without the commitment of going full-on brunette.
If cream soda hair hasn’t managed to quench your thirst for all things blonde, click on over to our Blonde Hair page, ASAP! From the brightest Khaleesi-inspired hues to deeper, dirty blonde hues, your only problem will be deciding which colour to try first!