If you’ve been aiming to give your blonde locks a summer button, yet are torn in between mallen streaks, brownish-yellow slate, toasted coconut or just an update on your tried-and-tested balayage, excellent information: you do not have to select.
Summertime is around the corner, the sunlight is radiating and thoughts are relying on all the rosé waiting for us at our fave roof covering yard. For beauty lovers, the warmer weather additionally offers the ideal reason to strike refresh on our hair colour with an all new color.
That’s since the most popular hair pattern of summer 2019, according to star and associate colourist at Josh Wood Colour, Jason Hogan, is textural highlights.
While Jason is understood for his coastline blonds, dimensional redheads and also head-turning coppers, he’s likewise a dab hand at producing clever brand-new colouring strategies, such as halo lights, a technique of colouring that subtly works strands of dye via the leading layers of the hair to produce a ‘halo’ of light-reflecting blonde, just like a Victoria’s Secret cover girl.
“While my trademark ‘angel lights’ method was fantastic for providing an ethereal angelic blonde for wintertime,” Jason explains, “for summer season I desired something less combined that would certainly provide a great deal of appearance and also measurement to the hair, and also produce a very bohemian, sunkissed and also care free ambiance.”
Since highlights are merely lighter items of hair that are utilized to enhance your all-natural hair colour, Jason’s trans-seasonal method is a fantastic means to update all hair types, whether you favor a soft, sunlight kissed look or intense, strong measurement.
“The solution is suitable for all hair kinds and whether they had previous colour or not,” he proceeds. “It can be tailor-maked to each client, either to include depth back right into the hair to make the blonde pop, or to actually jazz up any existing blonde.”
And while an all-over colour would certainly require constant trips to the beauty salon to maintain your hair looking fresh, textural highlights is a totally fuss-free method to szuzh up your tresses for summer season.
“Having slightly even more depth at the root makes this colour very low-maintenance, and also still looks great 2 months after you’ve had it done. A gloss every now and then will certainly help maintain the tone in check and keep shine,” Jason explains.
That being said, it’s constantly important to look after your highlights in-between beauty salon visits with a mask to keep the tone from turning brassy in the sunnier weather.
“Being able to go longer between colour visits is mosting likely to do wonders for the problem of the hair. It’s likewise important to look after your summertime colour with a nourishing mask including a UV filter– Oribe Beautiful Colour Mask is my personal favourite.”