Cabello 216 Hair and Beauty
7 New Hair Colours to Consider This Winter
A surprising winter blonde, the new way to ombré.
Let copper red, updated ombré, a honey blonde Beyoncé, and Meghan Markle's deep chocolate convince you to experiment with your colour.
Summer highlights are getting deepened for winter with rich honey and caramel lowlights. The end result is overall richer and warmer hair. Dorram suggests moving away from beachy and over processed blonde highlights and moving to the perfect balance of light brown and vibrant blonde. The color isn’t too drastic or brash and looks incredible on an array of skin tones. Plus, who doesn’t want the same hair color as Beyoncé.
Single process brunettes like Anne Hathaway should add tones of rich caramel to deep chocolate for a warmer, cozy look this winter.
“Blondes in the winter months can actually go even brighter with a lighter pop at the hairline, it gives such a lift when there is no sun to do it naturally. Contrary to what’s expected, We recommend making highlights brighter in the winter to give off the sun-kissed illusion.
“In the colder months, brunettes will add more dimension with darker hues like a chocolate brown with sandy brown highlights.
The red of the season is far from your typical va-va voom ginger. Take your red hair to the next level by adding rich coppers and burgundy reds as undertones.