Hair Colour Ideas
Looking for a new hair colour idea to test out? Or maybe you just want to add some radiance to your current hair shade with something subtle like a sombre or a balayage? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Experimenting with hair colour ideas has never felt more approachable and with leading celebrities and beauty gurus alike constantly trying out the most coveted shades.
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From smoky grey hair (totally on trend, FYI) to royal purples and saccharine pinks, the sheer spectrum of colours to try have expanded – meaning there are endless possibilities. And yes, green hair, that includes you! Not quite sure which colours will flatter your skin tone (and age)? Or what colouring techniques will work best for your chosen shade? Don’t worry: you’ll find everything you need to know about hair colouring here.
Read our detailed guides that’ll explain the key differences between warm toned colours and cooler ones. Confidently picking the most flattering colours that’ll enhance your skin tone and draw spotlight to your best features will be something you’ll quickly master with our expert-approved tips and tricks at hand! What about the latest colour trends? Whether it’s mermaid-worthy blue hair, hot-right-now rainbow hair or just sultry lowlights, we’ll give you the (not so) secret inside track into the hair colour world to let you know which shades are in vogue.
And most importantly, what about colour care? Our expert styling and upkeep tips will ensure your freshly-coloured locks remain salon-perfect. (Hint: the trick is to switch up your products and make sure they’re colour-care focused!) Whatever the query, our team of hair-obsessed editors are here to help make things a lot easier. And if ever find yourself short of hair colour ideas, click through our galleries to see who’s rocking the latest shade around and just maybe make that cool look your own. Whatever your pick, we’re sure you’ll rock it brilliantly. Fun fact: hair colours were originally obtained from plants! Isn’t it cool to think how far we’ve come from the days of using turmeric or leeks to more modern chemical methods?