If one of your New Year’s resolutions was to make a change, why don’t you start with your hair color? In 2015 hair stylists have prepared some new and very exciting trends for us to try. And the one thing that can describe all of them is naturalness! So here are the hair dyeing trends for 2015.
Highlights have been trendy for many many years, so it’s definitely time for a change! That’s why this year stylists are urging us to try a new technique called babylights.
The babylights give your haircut a fresh and multidimensional aspect and the process is just like the traditional highlights, the only difference is only the amount of hair used and the distance separating the discolored strands.
This technique is the successor of the very popular ombre, but more refined and sophisticated. It’s not as dramatic as the ombre effect and it proposes a more subtle transition between the shades.
Your hair will look like it was kissed by the sun and the color combination must not exceed 4 tones. The great advantage of the sombre is the fact that it can be worn also by the brunettes.
So this summer, choose the sombre effect and your hair will look amazing.
This new trend is absolutely stunning! The bright accents that define this trend give the illusion of a light bean that crosses your hair. The process of making spashlights involves bleaching the hair from the lower to the higher layers on a horizontal section of the hair, to ensure the gradual transition.
The splashlights will transform your hairstyle in a real fashion statement.
So it’s obvious the in 2015 gradient hair is the main trend and the balayage is the latest addition ti this trend.
Balayage means creating lighter stripes on a darker base, but the distinction is that every single lighter strand is made by hand. So by not using aluminium foil, hair stylists produce a more subtle color, which creates a strong contrast between the dark roots and the highlights.
The way the highlights are created and arranged, in a systematic way, makes the end result to appear having smaller discolored sections, being more discreet and less symmetrical, for a more relaxed look and wearable.
If you can not decide between dark and blond, the hybrid of the two, “bronde” may be the saving solution for a fresh look. It may be the ideal choice if you are a brunette and you intend to go in the blond spectrum, but bronde is not just a color transition. Caroline de Maigret and Sarah Jessica Parker are the ideal examples to illustrate that the intersection of brown and blonde shade can create a perfectly harmonized color, that goes great with most skin types and hair colors, proving to be a versatile choice for the warmer months of the year.
Although it has a similar resonance as bronde, chambre is actually a staining technique popular in 2015. Combining a base in a shade of champagne blonde with the ombre technique, chambre prevails as one of the most popular choices in 2015. Perfect for the cooler months of the year, when you want to temper the intensity of the blond tones, chambre will look amazing with your skin tone and eye color.