Thursday, March 6, 2014

2014 Hair Trend: Rose Gold Hair

Are you tired of your lackluster locks? Maybe the current trend is no longer to your liking? Or are you looking to just reinvent yourself? 2014's new hair trend is here and may give you a chance to rock a whole new look. 

While it has been around for sometime, the resurgence of this hair trend was inspired by the beautiful Sienna Millar. Last year at the 2013 British Fashion Awards, Sienna Miller featured a rose gold 'do. Alex Brownswell, the inventor of this beautiful hue on Sienna Miller, calls this hair coloring a "pastel peach".

The color "pastel peach" is a tint that features warm pinkish-bronze coloring and has launched the new trend for 2014 hair coloring. Instead of focusing on bold and solid colors or highlights, why don't you try 2014's color trend that uses the new sombré technique? This technique is flattering to all hair types, textures, and lengths. 

For this look, please only look to have this done by a professional colorist that has experience with the sombré  technique. The sombré technique is a professional hair color technique that delivers seamless but gradual gradation of hair color from roots to tips (as opposed to ombré which is dark on top and then changes to lighter coloring at the tips). It is important to get this done by a professional as they can select a tint that can best blend with your skin tone and current hair color; and of course, they can apply it correctly. Remember, a few incorrectly done strands can make your whole head of hair seem like a mess with this style. 

This technique was first introduced by L'Oreal Professional. They say that "the sombré technique is a fantastic evolution from ombré. There is no drastic change from dark to light, instead we see an effortless and natural evolution of color with just the right amount of dimension, and the results are major."
If you do color your hair, remember to 
protect the coloring with products that will prolong and protect your strands. Sulfate-free, color protectant shampoo and conditioner will help maintain the vibrance and longevity of your hair coloring. 
Heat protectant will also protect your strands from drying out and shielding it from too much damage. 
Continual deep conditioning will help maintain hair health and shine.
Investment in high quality products will save you more money in the long run.

And remember, your hair is an outlet for creativity. Don't like it? Don't worry about it. It's always fun to try something new. And the great thing about hair is that it grows out and it can always be redone.

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