Summer is all about looking your best and getting out and about to a myriad of social functions that are both private and public. The opportunities social interaction outside are numerous, and you want to make sure that you make a dazzling splash on the scene, wherever you happen to go. You put a lot of time and consideration into every detail of what you will be wearing: clothing, shoes, accessories like earrings, necklaces or neckwear, belts, arm charms, hats and scarves, but don’t forget that your hair says a lot about you, and you’ll want to make sure that your hair looks just as amazing as your outfit.
Is it Time for a Change?
Take a good look at your current hairstyle and color. When was the last time you changed it? If you either can not remember, can cite high school or several years back as the last style and color change you made, it is highly possible that a hair change is just what you need! Nothing can brighten up your whole image like a great hair color–and cut that maximizes the choice of color or colors in one of many trendy patterns that are now the rage. Maybe it’s time to get out of that old comfort zone of same old, same old–and venture into a whole new expression of your inner personality and pizzazz, with color. Not that you even have to go shockingly wild with some of the more dramatic colors like purple, orange, pink and blue, but if you haven’t noticed exactly, the way in which color is applied to hair has become very specific, and the exact way the colors are applied can say everything about how “current” your hair color is.
Summer 2015 Color Trending
Believe it or not, this summer you’ll find a lot more of one dimensional color choices, which represents a major upheaval from the previous Ombre and Sombre fads that are still being sported now. You can probably look around you right now (If you’re out in public) and spot at least one person with an Ombre color application. In terms of the most popular color for the one-dimensional look, it’s red, hands down. All shades, with the subtler ones being the most prevalently requested. Pick from copper, chestnut and strawberry reds, just for starters. Monotonal deep dark brunette is highly popular now, and you’re going to see a lot of former blonde-chunked hair transitioning to this choice. For blonds, the seamless caramel hue is the leading choice of color change sprouting from the most stylish of follicles around.