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The purple hair craze isn’t slowing down anytime soon. The latest shade to make an appearance all over our social media platforms? Lavender hair! There’s just something about this soft purple hue that’s totally magical—not to mention customizable for each season of the year. If you’re looking into trying a lavender hair color, you’ve come to the right place. Below, we’re sharing eight ways to give lavender hair a try, as well as some lavender hair dye recs so you can get the look for yourself.
Ice, ice lavender—you get the idea. If you prefer to keep things cool-toned, consider giving an ice lavender hair color a try. The hue involves a bright, cool lavender base with platinum blonde highlights mixed throughout. The result? An edgy, too-cool-for-school hair color we find particularly fitting for the winter months.
Speaking of highlights, you don’t have to boast an all-over lavender color to try out the trend. For a subtler approach, try adding dimension to your mane with lavender highlights. Whether you opt for traditional thin foils, face-framing strands, or a bit of balayage, there are plenty of ways to customize the look—not to mention it can work on any base color! For a temporary DIY, use the L’Oréal Paris Colorista Hair Makeup Temporary 1-Day Hair Color in Lilac to give yourself lavender highlights that’ll wash out in just one shampoo.
Love the idea of lavender hair but not sure if you’re cut out for the upkeep? A rooted lavender hair color may be just what you need to take the plunge. The low maintenance option allows your natural hair color to transition to a lavender shade, increasing the time between necessary touch-ups.
If you like the idea of ice lavender, you’ll love silver lavender hair! The color, as you can likely guess, involves a mix of icy, silver, and cool lavender highlights placed throughout a platinum mane. So trendy!
Down to fully embrace the lavender hair trend? Look no further than a bright lavender hair color! You know what they say—go hard or go home. If you want to make a statement with your mane, we encourage you to give it a try.
Did you know colorful roots are all the rage at the moment? Rather than sport an all-over color, try rocking a lavender hue on just your roots. This is also a stylish way to disguise any pesky grays! For a quick fix, spritz the L’Oréal Paris Colorista Hair Makeup Temporary 1-Day Hair Color Spray in Pastel Lavender over your roots to get the look.
Want to add a pop of color to your mane? A peek-a-boo lavender hair color is the perfect way to give the trend a try if you’d rather keep your fun color hidden on certain occasions, and on display for others. This technique will color the underlayer of hair a beautiful lavender shade that can be seen when you put your strands into an updo.
Last but not least, we love the look of a pastel lavender mane. Pastels are on-trend for any time of year, but we particularly love this hair color come spring and summer. Keep in mind that if you’re starting with a darker base—like brown or black—and want to give a pastel lavender hue a try, you’ll likely need to bleach your hair beforehand. If that’s the case, your best bet is to head to the salon to ensure your pastel hue reflects your hair color inspiration!
Next up: Want to learn about another purple hair color trend? Here are 6 Super Sweet Plum Hair Color Ideas to try.
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