This autumn and winter fashionistas are going to be sporting a lot of warms and reds, beautiful rich colors to heat up the cold and so once again Marsala reigns supreme. This robust and earthy wine red is elegant and multifaceted we love how Marsala can act as a bold statement color or complementary tone for many browns and reds.
This colour of the year is making a statement with sophisticated hair tones this season from bold aubergines to elegant Merlots and stunning contrasts for the ombré and flamboyuoag fans.
Found on the violet spectrum of the wine reds with dark plum and deep red hues mirroring a full bodied young red wine. The versatility of this hair colour trend means that it compliments all skin tones from cool to warm with cooler skin tones suiting the eggplant hues and warmer tones requiring an addition of a few brown or red colours to avoid skin looking sallow.
Rich, luxurious and subtly seductive with hints of cherry and cocoa containing both violet and red. Suitable for all skin types and it is a key ingredient in creating the very hot and trending dimensional redhead along with some brown based reds. This year we are seeing fewer and fewer all over colour with colours that pop being a 2015 necessity.
Rich Brown & Caramel Highlights
Stepping away from Marsala brunettes choosing to veer away from red hues can look to caramels and rich browns to warm up the winter with facets and dimensions.
Blondes and brunettes alike can enjoy this super trendy pinkish copper tone. While blondes can achieve the colour easily brunettes will need to have a bit of colour lifting depending on how dark the tone of brunette is but what is a little lifting when you can have pink hair and get away with it?
“I think styling with lovely essential layers and curls will be awesome and big hair is going to be the order of the day…” Paul Mitchell educator, Grant Jenkins.
So there you have it ladies, big sexy hair is the order of the season along with curls, curls and more curls.
Originally published: http://www.blackivorymagazine.co.za/autumn-and-winter-hair-colour-trends/