Hot Right Now: 5 Ways to Style the Peach Hair Trend
Everything is peachy.
Peach hair just may be the new color to get for the spring season for obvious reasons. It’s hot, on-trend and such a fun color to try during the warmer seasons. Although this hair color doesn’t seem like a practical option, it’s definitely one that continuously looks refreshed when styled in fashion-forward ways. Thinking about trying out peach hair soon? Here are five different ways to make this fun color stand out. Or should we say… stand out even more!
How to Wear Peach Hair in 5 Stylish Ways
Look 1: Half-Up
The half-up hairstyle is one of the trendiest ways to style your hair these days — everyone is doing it! Style your peach hair like this on a busy morning when you’re looking for a quick ’do. To achieve this look, refresh your hair with a dry shampoo like Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Color Care Dry Shampoo. Create an undone ponytail in the middle of your hair then use a hair wand to create quick waves at the back. Finger comb your hair to separate, then use Dove Style + Care Strength And Shine Flexible Hold Hairspray to set.
Look 2: Long Bangs
Hair colors like this help neutralize your skin tone, all while creating a subtle glow. To give your skin a rosy effect, opt for styling your hair to make your peach hair color frame your face. Recreate this long bang look by gathering your hair into a low bun or ponytail, then pull out sections of hair on each side. No need to be super neat while styling, unless you’re going for a clean and trim look.
Look 3: Accessorize With A Hat
Make your peach hair pop against dark colored hats or have fun and try funky neon colors. When wearing hats, be sure to protect your hair from harsh fabrics with a hair serum like Suave Professionals Biotin Infusion Anti-Breakage Serum. This will make your hair smooth and provide a layer of protection for advanced hair fall defense.
Look 4: Wear It Long, Straight and Blunt
Style your peachy hair in a super long and sleek style. Ask your stylist for sharp bangs and a blunt cut. Before styling with a flat iron, use a hair product that protects hair from heat and leaves it smooth and shiny like TRESemmé Repair and Protect 7 Pre-Styling Spray.
Look 5: Get Ombré
The dip-dye trend was a major hit last season, you can be the first amongst your friends to bring the look back with a hair color that’s current. Add a gradient of peach hues—try blorange to peach— to the ends of your hair to make your base hair color pop.
Looking for more hair color ideas for the spring season? Check out these platinum blonde hair looks and these gorgeous blood orange hair ideas.