The Best New Hair Colours To Try Out This Summer 2018
Rosé All Day
Rosé is officially the hottest shade of the summer, with celebs like Hailey Baldwin showing off the versatility of the unconventional shade. The key to pulling off punky-but-not -too-pinky is to keep the rosey touches subdued with un-fussy roots that give the look a cool, effortless vibe.
Ultra-thin slices of shimmering sienna help gorgeous curls really show their dimension. This shade pairs especially well with warm-toned brown like Issa Rae‘s rich espresso tresses.
Love the festival look but not ready to commit to full unicorn hair? Make a real statement with a dramatic white-gold shade like erstwhile brunette Leighton Meester – it’s guaranteed to wake your whole look up.
Who says blondes have more fun? This summer, ginger’s a winner, especially un-neon copper shades like Julianne Hough‘s Old Hollywood waves.
A sunny, warm blonde like the shade on beach babe Kate Bosworth will keep summer nights sultry and vacation selfies enviable.
While summer may make you think “blonde,” a rich brunette shade can make for an equally impactful and much lower maintenance option. Take Scarlett Johansson‘s lead and add a subtly lighter shade at the ends to highlight your cut’s movement without going for a full ombre.
Icy tones have ruled the blonde roost for several seasons now, but a sandier shade like the one Saoirse Ronan wears is just the thing to give your look a boost.
Even the glossiest ebony shades can look flat without a little variation to make it pop. This season opt for subtle highlights with hints of auburn to really make brown eyes pop.
Working ribbons of milk chocolate and caramel through the midlengths and ends of hair gives lots of dimension – perfect for emphasizing beachy waves. Bonus: blending the lighter colors into the longer sections of hair makes maintenance a breeze.
The warmth of this almost-but-not-quite ginger really brightens up complexions with pink undertones like Deborah Ann Woll’s for a natural-looking flush.
There’s no denying the effortless cool of Sofia Boutella‘s ’90s-inspired shade. Cornsilk blonde and ash brown layer together for a rocker-chic vibe that practically begs you to neglect root touch-ups, and the versatility of the highlights and lowlights can be adjusted to suit any skintone making this a lazy-girl’s answer to platinum.