Fresh Hair Colors to Try for Spring 2017

When the seasons shift, switching up your makeup and rethinking your skincare is a must, but a fresh hair color update is also worth considering as warmer weather arrives.  As with most important life choices, we look to celebrities and the Insta-famous for guidance.  Let us help you pick your new hair color.

Chocolate Brown

Warmer temperatures may temp you to lighten up, but I suggest the opposite in some cases. Going to the opposite spectrum with Chocolate Brown is a great option.

Strawberry Blonde

If you are blonde and want to try reds, trying strawberry golden blonde is a must.  It adds subtle color to skin and creates a warm golden glow.

Hot Reds

Red is going to dominate the Spring color trend.  For those of you already rocking the red, change things up by adding some babylights to transition into warmer weather months.
Honey Blonde

A chameleon - not quite blonde, not quite brown, this classic shade suits everyone.  A softer, one tone honey blonde this season is beautiful.  Starting from a brunette, gradually work from dark to light, speckling of color from roots to ends is so flattering.  Deeper roots and multi-dimensional ends will always be a trend.  With less contrast between the tones, making a softer, less harsh color.

White Blonde

High impact platinum is an excellent option if you are already blonde.  It's a huge commitment all around but makes a hot statement.

— Tina Ratsaboutseua

Hair Coloring 101

So you want to dye your tresses, huh?  Today, we have a huge selection of thousands of shades, tones, and glazes to alter our hair.  If choosing a new color has your hair up in knots, let us guide you!

How do I choose the right hair color for my personality?

Coloring our hair is more than just what feels right now.  It's about considering our lifestyles.  How is your hair going to fit into your world?  Be open to possibility, it's our job as stylist to plant awareness into your mind.  Remember, we can manipulate the way we look to stimulate others people's minds.  A new hair color can open up a world of possibility.

What technique is right for me?

These days, colored hair rarely means all over.  How do we possibly pick from balyage, babylights, dimensional color, ombre, sombre, foils, or whatever creative application we've spotted on trendy blogs and magazines.  It boils down to one word — maintenance.  Hair color is an investment we make in ourselves and it comes down to how much money and time you want to invest in how you look and in turn, how we feel.  Different dye techniques yield different maintenance periods.

How much time you want to spend on your style will guide you to the perfect color for you.
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