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Goodbye winter, hello spring! You know what that means: Beyond being an opportunity to spring clean your skin care product collection and break out all your pastel makeup, spring provides you with a chance to get creative with your hair color. If you’re bored of the shade you were sporting all winter long, there are a slew of pretty hues that are better suited to springtime. We’ve rounded up seven of the best colors, from golden blonde hair to deep denim hair, to get you (and your hair) ready for spring.
Whether you’re wanting to take the plunge and become a bottle blonde for the first time or simply need a way to take your flaxen locks to the next level, a golden blonde hair color is exactly what you’re looking for. With the warmth of spring approaching, it’s the ideal time to warm up your hair color. Go ahead and book an appointment with a professional colorist (especially if you’re starting with darker hair) or pick up the L’Oréal Paris Superior Preference in Golden Blonde to DIY the look.
In case no one has filled you in, let us do the honors: Purple (from lavender to violet) is the official shade of 2018. Not only can we confirm you’re about to see purple lipsticks and eye shadows on everyone—seriously, everyone—you know, but soon enough strands that are painted purple will be everywhere, too. And the best part is, you can test out this trend without making a major commitment. Rather than risk coloring your hair a shade you aren’t sure about, use a temporary hair color spray to play around with having purple hair. Spray the L’Oréal Paris Colorista 1-Day Spray in Pastel Lavender onto your hair, focusing on the ends to create an ombré effect. Ta-da! Lavender lengths that will wash out with your next shampoo. Just make sure to place a towel on your shoulders before spraying color to prevent staining.
It can be fun to change your hair color for every season, but not everyone wants to deal with dyeing their hair so frequently. To limit how often you color your hair, turn to one of the trendiest hair coloring techniques—balayage. By having a colorist paint highlights directly onto your hair, without the help of foils or a cap, you can achieve a natural, sun-kissed look that won’t require frequent touch-ups. Now you understand why celebrities and social media stars alike are fans of the technique. To make sure your balayage highlights stand out in a crowd, color pieces of your hair a metallic bronze shade instead of going for a more traditional blonde balayage.
If you had this year pegged as the one where rose gold would go out of style, we’re here to tell you, you couldn’t be more wrong. As we make our way further into 2018, rose gold has continued to be the must-have metal of the moment, taking over almost every industry—from jewelry to home décor—and we have no reason to believe it’s coming to an end. And that means you shouldn’t expect rose gold hair to disappear anytime soon either. So, if you missed out on sporting a rose gold hair color in 2017, it’s not too late. Spice up your drab, post-winter hair with the L’Oréal Paris Superior Preference in Medium Rose Blonde.
Let’s be honest, everyone has wondered if they can pull off platinum blonde hair and day dreamed of bleaching their hair as light as can be. The only thing that’s stopping most of us from being blonder than blonde is that it’s a seriously dramatic change, and it’s easy to assume it’s not for you. But the truth is, anyone can rock platinum blonde hair if they really want to. Since it’s such an unnatural shade, it’ll look equally as fake on everyone, no matter their skin tone. Plus, who really cares? The whole point is to stand out! Get the look with the L’Oréal Paris Féria Absolute Platinum in Extreme Platinum.
Ready for something new? We have just the thing. Dusty mauve is bound to be one of this spring’s chicest hair colors. The pale gray-ish purple is another variation on one of the most popular colors of the year—violet. While vivid eggplant and magenta shades may not be for everyone, this more muted take is the perfect way to ease into having a more colorful mane. Give it a shot—from the comfort of your home—with the L’Oréal Paris Féria in Dusty Mauve.
The start of spring may serve as a prime opportunity to lighten your locks, but don’t feel obligated to go lighter. If you’re partial to darker hair colors, you can still update your shade for spring. Just look to your favorite jeans for inspiration. Instead of sticking with more traditional deep hues—a.k.a. brown or black—try ushering in warmer weather with a dark blue-black hair color. To get the look without a trip to the salon, you can use the L’Oréal Paris Féria in Downtown Denim.
Once you’ve tackled your tresses, make sure your makeup is up to par for spring, too. Here’s How to Transition Your Makeup Routine from Winter to Spring.