The year 2015 was one of the best years for hair trends, especially in terms of colour. After all, there’s nothing better than painting the rainbow on your precious locks.
Old-school colour ombré experienced serious competition with other vivacious shades. 2015 is the year of the rainbow movement, as celebrities like Tyra Banks proved. It is here to stay and determined to cover locks with the ROYGBIV colours.
This year, 2016, is a new page for hair, but you can always look back at 2015’s hottest trends for a look worthy of the New Year.
Grey is the Way
When most women of age wished to hide their greying locks, women of 2015 decided that honouring the grey shade was the way to go. Despite being an unconventional look, the grey hair trend worked well on different skin tones.
The #GreyHairDontCare movement dominated 2015 with celebrities such as Rihanna and Cara Delevigne heralding the frontlines. With these women in tow, others followed the suit and decided to age their hair through grey dye.
Hair that Sells with Pastel
Today’s conventional hair dye palette does not hold natural colours anymore. Last year was the year of pastel colours. From aquamarine green to bright pink, bright colours were the radical choices of most women who were changing their styles. Celebrities such as Katy Perry and Kylie Jenner started the trend with their multicoloured locks that resembled the rainbow.
Dyeing your hair with pastel shades can be intimidating at first. Are you brave enough to paint your locks pink or purple? If you are a bit hesitant, Jingles Hair Design recommends colouring just the tips, similar to Iggy Azalea’s bob.
A Little Strobing
The strobing technique that emphasizes the beautiful features of your face is also handy for your hair. To add some shimmer, use the base colour as your guide. Your hairstylist will lift particular parts for a natural looking shimmer.
Greet 2016 with a new look by taking a leaf out of 2015’s book. The New Year can definitely use some of the creativity from the past year.