Get Richer Hair Color This Winter!

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Get richer hair color this winter

Whether you dislike the cold weather or wake up every morning anticipating snow, there’s no doubt about it… winter weather has well and truly arrived here in North Georgia. If you are looking for a subtle way to revitalize your locks through the holidays and beyond, we have a few tone tips for a richer hair color.

If You’re a Blonde…

Ask your stylist about adding some multidimensional low lights. Low lights are simply a way to boost the impact of the color you already have – whether it’s your natural shade or not. Depending on your skin tone, you can choose warm or cool shades. Either way, you’ll add depth and vibrancy to your style. Don’t forget to use Kerastase Blond Absolu Masque Ultra-Violet Purple Hair Mask to keep your blonde hair looking healthy.

If You’re a Brunette…

A lighter brunette can define her look by going for deeper tones – such as warm chestnut or a cooler chocolate tone – throughout her mane. Brunettes with darker hair may want to consider caramel shades throughout. Brunettes should always be cautious of going too light with their highlights or low lights. The contrast will be too severe, and may appear harsh and unflattering unless you are going for a specific, distinct look. On the other hand, warm tones often revamp a brunette’s whole look, making her appear more youthful.

If You have Black Hair…

Women with naturally black hair often tell us that they want to soften up their look. If this sounds like you, consider adding some warm highlights in mocha or honey tones to warm up your hair’s appearance. Your stylist may suggest adding multidimensional tones using two different colors. This will give jet-black hair depth and polish.

If You’re a Red Head…

Even vibrant redheads can feel dull during the cold months. Consider going with highlights in rich copper or red tones to set your hair apart for the holidays.

Your stylist will be able to help you decide on the right color tones for your hair based on your hair color, skin tone and lifestyle. Make an appointment today to stand out… no matter what the winter weather brings!

Jyl Craven
About the author

My love and passion for the hair industry started when I was very young. I have always felt very fortunate in knowing that being a hair designer/educator was my future. I constantly strive to better educate myself and my design team. Making others look and feel their best is what I strive to achieve. My specialty is hair color, but I love cutting as well. To be the best artist you can, I feel you must be well rounded in all of your skills. That is why I also train other salons across the country in all of L ´Oréal Professionnel color and cutting techniques. I have been privileged to work with the most talented artists in the industry. Thank you for visiting our site and I hope to see you in our salon.