If you've ever had highlights, experimented with lowlights, and are now stuck in a hair-dye rut, the latest colouring technique may breathe fresh life into your locks. With the rise of minimalism in fashion and au naturale looks in the beauty world, it was only a matter of time before neutral-hued hair became a thing. Women are now moving away from hiding natural hair colour beneath synthetic-looking blondes and reds, and opting for natural, mousy brown or dark blonde colours that resemble their original shades.
Nude colour looks flawless in natural light, perfectly suits your skin tone, and makes for one low-maintenance summer 'do!
NUDE HAIR: WHAT IS IT?
If you've ever been to the salon to dye your hair, you probably know by now that colours in exist in warm shades of honey blonde and caramel-brown or cool tones like platinum blonde or jet black. But did you know that there are also neutral colours that exist halfway between warm and cool tones? It is this balance that is responsible for the latest hair colour trend: nude.
The goal of this look? To create a shade that contains a mixture of warm and cool pigments. Simply lift a mousy brown or a dark blonde with a nude colour and you'll have understated hair, high-shine hair that's totally on-trend and low-maintenance. What more could a girl ask for?
Stars like Julianne Moore , Amanda Seyfried and Cara Delevingne are fans of the nude style, showing off their natural colours for an elegant, feminine look. The best part about this cool-warm blend? The natural hue will highlight the face and enhance your skin tone flawlessly.
WHO CAN PULL IT OFF?
The nude hair colour trend looks good with all complexions, skin tones, and eye colours, because it's meant to mimic your natural hair colour. If you'd like a more natural, low-maintenance shade of blonde, chesnut, brown, or red, then this trend is for you!
Would you try out nude hair colour this summer?