2017 Hair Color

2017 Hair Color

Searching to find the perfect signature shade? Look no further than your undertone and eye color. “Our eye color plays a role as well, gold flecks in the eyes looks best in golden warm colors and most people fall into one of three categories: warm, cool, and neutral,” explains Mara Kadish, a Warren-Tricomi Salon Colorist. “Cool-toned skin has pink and olive undertones, warm-toned skin has yellow and gold, and neutral is a combo of the above.” Intrigued? Click through our gallery to read these celebrity stylist-approved color predictions for the new year! ,Arts & Crafts“Based on the SS17 runways, I think we will still see a ‘more is more’ trend, inspired by Chanel, and '70s manes inspired by Gucci,” shares Mara. “Plus, imagine crafty, DIY looks inspired by Olympia Le Tan and Claudia Gamba — now, we’ll see this translated to the hair!”Courtesy of Instagram/@sammcknight1,Brunette Beauty“For brunettes, darker bases are going to be lightened by one or two shades and then the mid and end sections will be blended with caramel and chocolate shades using balayage,” says Nicola. “I did this look recently for Nicole Scherzinger for X Factor and I think it will be a major trend in 2017.”Courtesy of Instagram/@nikkilee901,Strawberry Blonde“I love strawberry blonde shades and I think it is set to be a big color this year with the likes of Sophie Turner, Isla Fisher, and Amy Adams lending inspiration,” adds NicolaCourtesy of Instagram/@kristin_ess,The New Tiger Eye“Similar to the tiger eye trend, brunettes are set to bring in lighter sections on the ends of the hair — Kaia Gerber is a great example of this look,” explains Nicola, who works with Sienna Miller, Kate Moss, Gwyneth Paltrow, Carey Mulligan, and Scarlett Johansson. “This works best when color is super shiny, so I use Color Wow Pop & Lock to help achieve a high shine on lightened sections of hair.”Courtesy of Instagram/@kaiagerber,Not-So-Basic Blonde“For blondes, there will be a focus on keeping hair a more natural color around the face and then free reign on the mid and end sections of your hair,” says Nicola. “It’s the best of both worlds in terms of keeping your look natural, yet still being able to experiment with color. This is a great chance to mix in gold, red, and blonde shades, which all really complement each other.”Courtesy of Instagram/@ryanpearl23,The Shadow Root“ is a great way to add depth and texture to a haircut,” shares co-owner of FOURTEENJAY, David Adams, who works closely with Aveda. “This is a perfect color for straight hair — think a bob with darker roots — as well as wavy and curly hair. A shadow root will make curly hair look much thicker and fuller. The shadow may be anything from slightly darker to a solid contrast. This look became popular after we colored the wigs for the Jeremy Scott show this season.”Courtesy of Instagram/@mileycyrus,Eclipting“The latest technique from Aveda is to accentuate the shape of the haircut and also contour the face,” shares David. “Eclipting involves coloring the whole head with permanent color and is suitable for all hair types and color tones.”Courtesy of Instagram/@thedailyhair_,Halos“Dividing the head into two or three circles or ‘halos’ gives the colorist the opportunity to add contrast and movement into the haircut,” explains David. “This technique can be adapted to fit almost any texture and length, and works well with many different color families. Depending on the client’s wishes, it may be subtle or bold.”Courtesy of Instagram/@cosikaylee,Multi-Tone Color“Whether natural or unnatural, multi-tone color will have a big presence this year,” says Russell Cardali, colorist at Frédéric Fekkai 5th Avenue. “It's a soft transition from natural hair color at root to a brighter caramel or even a bright pink — and everything in between! Balayage technique, if highlighting, is the best way to achieve this look. You have the freedom to fade each highlight from its natural base color to whatever your desired color or tone may be with a seamless transition.”Courtesy of Instagram/@sleepinthegardn,White Blonde“Those icy blondes aren't disappearing anytime soon,” Russell tells us. “These are some of the hottest trends in hair color, whether you choose to do a darker root or an all-over double process.”Courtesy of Instagram/@kyliejenner,Classic Beach Blonde“It has had a major presence in 2016, and for good reason. It looks great!” says Russell. “This is such a sexy look when done correctly. Not a 'Barbie blonde,' but a softer, more natural look that has golden and brighter pieces that look as if your summer was spent surfing on a beach.” Courtesy of Instagram/@golden_barbie,Color Party“ velvet, silky, rich colors — almost-black green, purples, oxbloods, midnight blues, dark chocolate, violet browns, dark earthy reds, and terracottas — back to nature. Also, desert sunset, Southwestern earth tones, and desert sand ,” shares Aura. “ use the B3 Brazilian Bond Builder line of shampoo, reconstructor — and be sure to ask your colorist to include B3 when coloring your hair!”Courtesy of Instagram/@justineskye,‘90s Highlights“Chunky '90s highlights that frame the face ,” shares Wesley O’Meara, Honey Artist Hairstylist, who works with Alexa Chung, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Demi Lovato. “Think Cindy Crawford from her ‘MTV House of Style’ days.”Courtesy of Instagram/@ddlovato,Goth Glam“Going really dark will be huge,” adds Wesley . “2016 was traumatic for everyone — so it's only natural romantic influences will start to pop up!”Courtesy of Instagram/@kendalljenner,Platinum Blonde“Shaved heads and pixie cuts with a grunge and punk influence are big in the fashion world right now,” says Wesley. “So, I see that mixed with bleached-out hair trickling into the masses.” Courtesy of Instagram/@ruthandmay,Nude Hair“This hair color has a very neutral tone to pair with your skin tone and create an overall nude look,” says Matrix Style Link Celebrity Colorist George Papanikolas. “Natural blondes are usually born with this hair color — think Gigi Hadid and Cara Delevingne.”Courtesy of Instagram/@gigihadid,Jewel Tones“This is the bolder version of the pastel trend, but not as intense as the ultra-vibrant punk colors,” explains George. “Shades like quartz pink and sapphire blue are incorporated into soft ribbons and color melts. This option is very easy for those with lighter hair. Darker hair will need to be pre-lightened to achieve the look.”Courtesy of Instagram/@ clthair,Shadow and Light“This trend of a cooler, shadowed, ashy hue interplaying with warmer tones is a fresh, beautifully subversive yet harmonious combination of last year’s icy and golden trends,” explains John O’Brien of Antonio Prieto Salon. “This placing of complimentary hues has infinite possibilities. Just remember to keep the favorable tone that looks best on you as the more dominant hue, and add the other color hue as accent pieces. Karlie Kloss has nailed this emerging trend!” Courtesy of Instagram/@karliekloss,Red Chestnut & Coffee“This natural-looking color is beautiful, rich, and versatile,” explains John. “Whether you wear it as an all-over color hue, or layered in as highlights or lowlights, it is refined and stunning.”Courtesy of Instagram/georgiafullerhair,Want more Teen Vogue ? Make sure to ‘Like’ us on Facebook to stay in the know!HairBest Hair Color Trend Predictions 2017Mane moves.byJanell M. HickmanThere’s no better way to celebrate a brand-new year than a complete hair overhaul. Color (whether boxed or professional) is the quickest way to up the ante on your look. From natural blondes to out-of-the-box color combos (pun intended), the hottest hues of the year truly run the gamut. “2017 is going to see a real mix of different colors, it’s not going to be about being just blonde or brunette — more about working with what you’ve got,” predicts Creative Color Director for Color Wow, Nicola Clarke. “I loved the bleached blonde hair that was everywhere last year, from Kylie Jenner to Kristen Stewart and the strawberry blondes like Sophie Turner, Amy Adams and Isla Fisher.”When it comes to current trends, celebrity colorist Aura Friedman thinks a few key looks will stand the test of time. “Flesh-tone platinum blondes, pink hair, denim hair, and glowing hair — I think all of these trends are at the start of their evolution, so we will continue to see more variations. Pink hair is one that has been around and I don't think it's going anywhere because it is so flattering and subdued, it is now a trend for all ages!”Read MoreStart Slideshow
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2017 Hair Color

1 Of 66 Geode HairLooking to add color to your hair, but don’t want to bleach it? With minimal stripping, this amethyst-to-navy ombré is gentle on hair and in terms of color, truly lives up to its gem namesake. Instagram/@mizzchoi 2 Of 66 BlorangeBlorange is the color mix to watch in 2017. Orange shades crept onto the hair scene in 2016, surfacing as warm peach and strawberry blonde hues, but “blorange” offers a color between blonde and and ginger — and it couldn’t be prettier. GettyAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 66 Blonde-Gray Call it whatever you’d like, but Evan Rachel Wood’s blonde and gray hybrid hair color is out of this world. Grounded by a solid inch of nearly-black roots, this modern look is 2017 goals incarnate. Getty 4 Of 66 Gray-GrayIf you’re thinking about letting nature run its course, now’s the time — women are actually dyeing their hair gray. Like with platinum blonde hair, be sure to eliminate any brass or yellow tones by using a purple shampoo a few times a week. GettyAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 66 Ash BrownGoing ash brown is a great option if you want to try — but not commit to — the gray craze. Ideal for cool skin tones with pink undertones, ash brown has bits of blue and gray that give the color its ashen, nearly-gray base. Getty 6 Of 66 Snow White BlondeThe platinum blonde trend isn’t going anywhere — instead it’s been modernized to look more white, less yellow. If you’re thinking about taking the platinum plunge (seriously, it’s a commitment), it’s time to get real about preventative hair care. “If hair is previously colored or highlighted with bleach, make sure you do a deep treatment at least a week before your process,” Elizabeth Hiserodt, a colorist at Cutler Salon, told Teen Vogue. GettyAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 66 Baby BlondeOkay — platinum hair is sticking around, but 2017 is also about getting back to basics. Like Julianne Hough, opt for a Goldilocks hue that looks like it grew right out of your roots — not too white, not too bright, but juuust right. Getty 8 Of 66 BrondeAhh, bronde — this hair color trend will never die. And for good reason. A color that sparkles blonde in the light, and goes chocolate in shadow? We have and will always be on board with that. GettyAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 66 Overgrown RootShadow roots — or, embracing the grow-out period — were major in 2016, but 2017 is kicking it up a notch. Instead of an inch of growth, expect to see a solid five-inch chunk between the root and color. Getty 10 Of 66 Red BrownHailey Baldwin toes the line between full blown auburn and soft brunette, a major departure from her traditionally blonde strands. Getty Next Gallery 72 Beautiful Braids and Braided Hairstyles Find the braided style that’s perfect for your hair. By Sam Escobar and Sarah Schreiber GIF Of 66 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Logo Presented by Created by Created by Good Housekeeping for From Good Housekeeping for

2017 Hair Color

2017 Hair Color
2017 Hair Color
2017 Hair Color
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2017 Hair Color

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