Hair Colour Trends For 2023
If you’re after a subtler hair transformation, every hair colour and texture can easily embrace this trend.
Candlelit hair uses low-contrast and mid-tone highlights to give the hair a warm and reflective feel as if it were glistening candlelight.
With Greta Gerwig’s Barbie movie set to hit screens in July, a Barbie-inspired blonde will no doubt be one of the huge hair colour trends for 2023.
This particular shade of blonde isn’t actually as icy as most people think it is, so be wary of blonde dye that leans a little too cool-toned or platinum.
Instead, a warmer, golden blonde will be perfect for nailing this trend.
Expensive blonde is all about soft contrast and golden tones, and while the overall effect is incredibly natural, it can require a time-consuming and costly process involving both highlights and lowlights to really nail this trend.
Essentially, you’ll need to ask for more than one shade of blonde—and expect to spend several hours in the salon chair.
Unlike the icy grey of the 2010s, this return to grey hair has a slight natural yet slightly futuristic vibe.
In order to lean into your very best pro-ageing hue, you’ll need to opt for a more complex grey that works with your natural root colour.
Note that a multi-dimensional colour requires upkeep (unless you’ve been blessed with natural silvery locks), so try to alternate between a high gloss and tonal shampoo with root touchups that follow the natural growth gradient of your ‘grey.
Get in touch today for a chat about how you can get in on this trend and why mcIntyres is the perfect salon to take the plunge.