Favorite seasonal trends: pumpkin spice lattes, peppermint lattes, holiday parties and new trends in rich hair colors. Whether you’re looking for a new you or a post quarantine update, it’s time to pamper yourself. Find the perfect hair color on this list of favorite seasonal trends and our full service salon will help you achieve your vision.
Creamy Buttery Blonde Hair Color
Creamy blonde hair color is a cool, whiter shade of blonde that looks best on medium to dark skin tones with darker eye colors such as brown or black. This is a perfect buttery blonde hair color for dark hair. It is warm without looking brassy and is becoming a holiday favorite.
Mushroom blonde is the perfect transitional hair color shade when you’re thinking about going blonde. Keep your darker roots. Ask your stylist to Layer a neutral blonde and some lighter ombre highlights over them for rich layers of color. Your darker hair will shine through even as your new blonde locks soften the look.
Caramel balayage is an absolutely gorgeous hair coloring method that subtly combines light and natural brunette colors for a sun kissed look. It is also low maintenance and is an uber feminine look. Image shown here was completed by Eli at Peter’s Place Hair + Color.
Ombre is a French term meaning shaded. Dark hair that transitions to lighter ends is an evolution of the blonde dip dye everyone seemed to have in middle school. When done with subtly, it is a grown up sophisticated gorgeous look. This technique can be done in brown, red, blonde and even black to silver or other colors. The key is in the stylists ability to match the colors to your personality and the stylists hand-picked by Peter Coppola at Peters Place Hair + Color are super talented.
Bronde Hair Color
Last year “Bronde” was possibly the most talked about hair color. Because it is low maintenance and naturally looking warm colors, it is quickly becoming a favored classic. Even pale or sallow skin tones warm instantly with this color combination. A blend of brown and blonde are combined often using highlights or the balayage technique. The coloring effect instantly adds dimension. Ask your stylist if the colors are right for your skin tones.
Classic Brown Hair Color
Daisy Edgar Jones’ appearance in Normal People and lily Collins from Tolkien, To the Bone and Growing Pains have inspired many to adapt the girl next door clean brown hair color smoothly styled without highlights or tips.
Classic Red Hair Color
Vibrant, attention grabbing, the classic red is the rarest of naturally occurring hair colors, and works well against fair skin tones. Still there are so many hues in the red family, your stylist can help you choose the right one for your skin tone.
By adding gold undertone to lighten your strands your deep black hair color is perfectly complemented, especially in a season of holiday sparkles. I love that this technique brings out the youthful radiance in you. If your skin is golden hued and your hair is naturally jet black, adding golden undertones makes you glow.
If you are looking for a cool black hair color, with blue undertones, raven black keeps it cool. This color is great with cooler skin tones and adds intense drama because it is such a strong color.
Silver highlights on deep ebony hair look amazing on many women. Cool Silver hair color is especially gorgeous against cool or neutral skin tones. In fact, silver ombre, highlights or a moneymaker technic instantly takes you to a new level of cool.
These are a few of the hottest in hair color this season, but your choices are, of course, endless at Peter’s Place Hair+Color. If you have a vision, share it with one of our super talented colorists and experience why so many make our Salon one of their favorite seasonal trends in Boca Raton. We hope to see you soon.