Top hair colour trends for Autumn 2018

 

If you are thinking of having a colour change for Autumn. The Painted Lady team is on hand to recommended their tips, hints and top hair colour trends for autumn 2018.

Jordan says softening down your balayage to warm golden tones, coppers and gold is the best way to freshen up your surf and sun bleached locks after summer holidays.

top hair colour trends

Golden balayage

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Pier says  there is a move away from harsh platinum bleach outs with soft ash and midtone blondes being the way to go.  Tone your bleached hair with dark blonde tones, think cappuccino blondes and true ash blondes. Gone are the days of stark white bleach outs. Soften your bleach out and make the regrowth last a bit longer by using a mid blonde toner to create gorgeous honey and cool caramel or latte tones.

cool blonde

Cappuccino blonde

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Izumi says

Dark midnight blue highlights using crazy colour.  Gives beautiful texture to naturally dark base colours. Highlight chunky sections  of your hair and then tone down to create midnight blue or dark forest green hues. Subtle and beautiful but with a bit of an edge

Belinda says this autumns top hair colour trends are leaning towards strawberry blondes and translucent coppers giving lighter colours an etherial look..

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Strawberry blonde

or around and about in Shoreditch currently there is emerging  ’90s inspired colour block. This is when a block of blonde frames your  face. Think Ginger spice from the spice girls..

bleached hair colour trends

Colour block ’90s inspired hair

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Products we use.

We use eco friendly Italian brand Davines as our main colour brand. For the vegan crowd we can tone you locks with Evo an Australian brand that is cruelty free and vegan.
L’oreal professional range is also on offer.  Feel free to get in touch for a consultation with any of our team!

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