You know, we are coming with a new decade. And with all the talk about new beginnings and fresh starts, you know what else you should be thinking about? Your hair color. New Year, New Hair, New You! So to inspire you to make a big hair color change, we’ve done some research and rounded up the prettiest 2020 hair color trends that you’re going to be seeing everywhere come Spring. See and decide your colorist after the ball drops.
#1. Silver Blonde
Silver blonde hair is the color that combines a traditional blonde color with a silver color. It’s a modern blonde that’s best described as a metallic platinum gloss. It’s well known among professionals that this updated color gives a dramatic change to anyone who wears it! Fashioned by runway queens like Cara Delevigne, Taylor Swift, and Karlie Kloss, this divine hue is now easily achievable!
#2. Lilac Hair
Lilac Hair has been stealing hearts and creating a buzz in the social media sites for some time now. Lilac hair makes gives you a soft glam look and is sure to make everyone turn their heads for a second look. If you are looking for a hair color that gives you a fairytale-like elegance, Lilac is the way to go.
#3. Caramel Highlights
Freshen up your look by adding caramel highlights to your hair. Long-haired and short-haired girls should try caramel highlights or a caramel hair color at least once, the result will exceed all expectations, really. The best thing about modern highlights is that you can have thicker highlights or thinner pieces – it depends on your personal preference. Options are endless.
#4. Rich Red
When it comes to head-turning hair colors, nothing beats red. With entirely subtle and soft or totally bold and vibrant, red hair colors are attention-grabbing and awesome. If you’ve ever thought about going red, now’s certainly the time. The color is hotter than ever and completely on-trend. Best of all, anyone can become a redhead and look great with such amazing color.
#5. Shadow Roots
Shadow hair color is a perfect choice if you want to try something new and leave traditional single-process hair color behind. If you already let your roots grow out a little bit longer than you should between dye jobs (hey, no judgment—color is expensive), you might want to try out this shadow roots hair color trend for 2020. Basically, it’s when you dye your roots a darker color than the rest of your hair to create a “shadow” contrast.