Colder temperatures are here and your clients want to shine at their holiday parties. Need a little inspiration on which hues are expected to steal the spotlight? Take a look at some “after” pictures from Booker clients who are already ahead of the trend when it comes to nailing wintery hues.
1. Honey Blonde
With flecks of platinum and gold weaved throughout a neutral sandy blonde base, honey blonde is a color that is flattering on every skin tone and can bring warmth to the chilly season. The colorists at Fox and Jane have mastered this hue by melting multiple shades of blonde together for natural texture and styled in a wavy lob for added dimension.
2. Caramel Balayage
Balayage is always in style, but this “barely there” version adds subtle dimension and can be a great option for clients that have naturally dark hair but want to lighten it up a bit. As one of the top salons in Brooklyn, the colorists at The Bird House Hair Studio created the perfect humble highlight to help their frame client’s face and infuse their complexion with a subtle glow.
3. Rich Copper
For your fair-skinned mavens, a warm, golden red is guaranteed to add some sizzle to their look and make their features pop. This look from Jet Rhys is eye-catching and elegant when paired with a sleek cut and whispy bangs.
4. White Gold
Since winter is a season of contrasts, a shade of blonde with violet and gray undertones has officially been dubbed “winter blonde” this year. This modern, muted platinum shade created by Stephanie Karellas at the Canadian-based Kroma Salon proves that summer isn’t the only time for lightening and brightening locks.
5. Chestnut Brown
Draping strands in a rich, warm shade of brunette with hints of red and gold can enhance all skin tones and make any eye color mesmerizing. If your dark-haired client is looking to change up their look in a subtle way, a chestnut brown can be a great way to brighten up their mane this season. This multidimensional color created by the talented hair artists at Hair Creations Salon has a deep base that is mixed with the-sun-did-this highlights for a natural look.
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