There are many colours in the market today that can be used to colour up and give some added punch to your mane. There are the subtle shades that bring out the inner lady in you with its sophisticated yet sultry tones and then there are those smack in your face, funky shades that will make heads turn. Here are some of the most popular shades that have taken the fashion world by storm lately.
The chocolates that never die
Be it a head of curly or straight locks many of the trusted hair salon services around will tell you that chocolates and their immediate cousins like browns, chestnut, burgundy, coffee etc. look good on a lot of people and can really add to your overall appearance. It is also true that the colour can be maintained easily and because no bleaching is required, it will also minimize on the damage done to your tresses. In addition, if you are a corporate employee it will not get you into trouble with HR either.
Evergreen honey shades
Blonde, golden blonde, honey, dirty blonde you name it. Basically just like the browns and chocolates, these are also some very classy and subtle colours that the majority of clients can try. If you do have dark tresses though there will need to be a lot of beaching so you might be better off looking at darker shades. The colours if done right can be easily managed with some good quality products such as Kevin murphy shampoo and will not take out a lot of your budget either.
Violet and indigo shades
These are the red spectrums that start at reddish browns and go into the far corners of purple, violet and indigo verging on blue. These shades are ideal for people with really dark locks who will otherwise have to really bleach out their mane. They look unique and classy and can really bring out your features too.
This is probably the most asked for shade or shades when it comes to colouring nowadays. They include a wide range of colours such as green, blue, pink, yellow, red, orange, purple, magenta and other neon rainbow shades. While they look really great and vibrant they will not stay on for a long time. Your stylist will let you know that the maximum number of washes this type of colour can hold is roughly around ten and nothing more. It will need to be retouched if you want to keep the same vibrancy that was there in the beginning. Therefore while it is exciting to have a pixie mane, it is also important to take into consideration the costs and the amount of possible damage that it could do to your natural mane.