Spring hair colour trends that will fill your feed

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The arrival of spring is always a solid reason to switch up your hair color in our beauty book, but perhaps now more so than ever. After a doozy of a year (and winter), we could all use a little change, so why not start at the roots? If you’ve been toying with the idea of going darker, lighter, or somewhere in between, these spring color trends are here to inspire. From inky black strands and hot pink manes to the three B’s (bronde, balayage, and babylights), we can’t get enough of these head-turning styles.

Copper Ginger

Copper ginger is one of the most attention-grabbing colors for spring. To keep this delicate shade from fading, use an acid-based shampoo. This will seal the cuticle when you shampoo, preserving the delicate copper molecules and reducing fading.

Cinnamon Brown

We are going to be seeing a lot of sandy and cinnamon browns, and overall more naturals and low-maintenance shades.

Glossy Black

Most people think of glossy black as one color, but there are actually multiple tones involved to get the right shine and movement without looking inky and solid. Hair color comes in 10 levels and half of them are in the dark family, ranging from Level 1: black to Level 5: medium brown, and glossy black incorporates all of these.

Low-Maintenance Balayage & Babylights

Balayage and babylights are a great option to add subtle pops of color, without having a harsh grow-out line.


Bronde will definitely be a trend here to stay for the spring. It’s the best of both worlds, incorporating both brunette and blonde into one, but it’s versatile enough that it can work with all skin tones. It’s a relatively low-maintenance look, using either highlights or lowlights to achieve a light brown/dark blonde look depending on your natural color.

Red Hot

The more shades of red the better, like violet-red near the base with copper tones through the ends.” Another reason to get on board? It works on short and long hair and fair to dark skin tones.

Also Read: Tips for feeling your best self this summer

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