Hair color is one of the most fun and easiest ways to change up your image. Coloring your hair too frequently can be damaging to your hair, but you absolutely can safely change up your color with the seasons. If you haven’t already updated your hair color for summer, now’s the time. Summer is just officially kicking off and with it comes some hot hair color trends that you’ll be dying to try.
Gray has been gaining in popularity over the past couple of years, and this season is no different. Shimmering silver is an awesome color for summer, but it can be a big change. If you’d rather just try out this hair color trend, opt for a few strategically placed silver highlights to glint in the sun. This is also an excellent way to camouflage and blend in gray roots as they grow out if you decide to stop coloring naturally gray hair.
If bold and daring is your thing this fun and beautiful color trend may be just right for you. Aqua, teal, and purple ombre waves have a definite mermaid feel to them. This is a striking color combo that is sure to catch everyone’s eye.
With most hair colors you have to worry about too much sun exposure causing your color to fade, but rooted blonde just gets better when lightened by the sun. This makes it the perfect color for a beach vacation. It’s also low maintenance at the end of the season because your roots naturally blend in as your hair grows out.
Warm Chocolate Caramel
This is another sun-friendly color. A deep chocolate base with rich caramel highlights just continues to get lighter and warmer as you spend more time by the pool or on the beach. You never have to worry about your color fading, because that’s kind of the point.
Come see the expert colorists at Martino Cartier Salon and try out one of these summer-friendly colors. Give us a call at 856.582.6600 to reserve your appointment and leave with a trendy new look for the season ahead. If you prefer to manage appointments from your phone download our free mobile app from iTunes or Google Play. You’ll find us at 304 Hurffville Crosskeys Rd., Sewell, NJ.