Over the years, women from all over the world have come to beauty salons and say they want a hair color like some star. While choosing make-up, hairstyles and clothes, we completely rely on the looks from Fashion Weeks, then in the matter of coloring we trust only the stars, well, and our colorists. What shades are in trend this season, we spied on celebrities and consulted with the art director of the beauty studio Go Coppola.
“Natural shades have been in trend for several seasons, but now this fall-winter they should be with warm nuances. Lightly highlighted curls will look incredible, especially in winter. The most fashionable shades are coffee, biscuit color and natural blond, ”explains Irina Khudyakova, art director of Go Coppola, the first certified teacher of the Go Coppola academy.
The golden blond should be as sunny as possible and look between the “beach” blonde and the brunette. Gigi Hadid has just the right shade. Golden highlights look like autumn highlights, which means they are natural.
The ideal Gal Gadot is known not only as a wonder woman, but also as the owner of the most correct shade of hair for brown-haired women – warm chocolate.
Latte or cappuccino – it doesn’t matter, a beautiful brown shade with a transition to a slightly lighter shade looks as natural as possible. “This is perhaps the most fashionable color chosen by most actresses and models, and all because it is very easy to maintain the shade and you can go to the colorist every three months or even more. The best example is Jay Lo and Jessica Alba, ”comments Irina Khudyakova.
Deep dark shades come back into fashion with the first cold weather, and this has already become a pattern. Go for Rihanna’s inky black.
This summer, everyone was obsessed with color, but this trend has slightly transformed and became less bright. The intensity of the colors decreases and takes on a powdery shade.
As before, the main dyeing technique is shatush, the principle of which is that at the roots the hair should be darker, and then turn into a lighter shade. “Smooth stretching of color with deep roots, but not quite contrasting, but close to a natural shade is the most popular technique,” says Irina Khudyakova.
Get inspired by the best examples of star coloring and feel free to visit your colorist.