Latest Hairstyle Ideas For Girls.
In our world, the answer to “Should I change my hair?” is always yes. Chop it off, add extensions, dye it pink, get bangs, or go blonder than you’ve ever been before. The point is, mixing it up is fun—as you can tell by any of the celebrities in this gallery. Some of them transform their look every season, others have a new color every week. No matter the change, though, it always leaves us talking. Ahead, the biggest celebrity hair transformations that dominated headlines over the past few years. Let them inspire whatever big change you’re considering for 2020.
Take platinum even lighter with Nordic white hair, which is full-on icy white. If you dare to try this shade, make sure to do your research and choose a stylist you really trust, since it can be really damaging and can take up to eight hours to get right. If you ask us, though, it’s worth the effort.
For trendier, bolder blonde clients, I’m seeing more of what I would call Nirvana lite, says Brown, noting that it’s a much softer look than the platinum “Nirvana” look that was popular with her clients last year. The roots are still darker than the ends, but the ends have a little more dimension and can be anywhere from pale to golden blonde.
Pale Ash Blonde
Lucy Boynton’s creamy blonde color is basically a lesson in tones. “It works with all color tones because of the subtle warm and cool reflects,” says Min Kim, senior colorist at Butterfly Studio Salon. “If you’re on the darker shade of blonde, ask for a beige version which is deeper and just as complementary for all color tones.
For a really rich, layered blonde, have your stylist mix cool and warm tones like bright blonde and honey. For this color, Grummel lightened her base and went in with full highlights to keep the color from looking flat.
Toasted Coconut hair
A riff on the bronde trend, toasted coconut is even more low-maintenance. Unlike for your usual bronde, Atlanta hairstylist Kayluh Stewart uses an icy toner to make the blonde look almost silvery, while the roots are still a deep, dark brown—hence the “toasted” part.
Food-inspired hair trends show no sign of slowing down as we move into 2020. This s’mores hair color is a combo of rich brown toward the roots (your chocolate), golden-brown highlights (hi, graham crackers), and a light golden blonde at the ends (we’ll take a wild guess and go with toasted marshmallows).
According to Chicago colorist Rex Jimieson, his clients have been moving away from the darker roots and lighter ends they’ve been loving in recent seasons. Instead they’ve been asking for a look that Jimieson dubbed tweed hair, essentially subtle highlights that are evenly distributed. “A contrast is still present, but not as ‘overachiever’ as seen in recent seasons,” he says. One of our favorite versions of the look? This ashy blonde with lighter balayage pieces from Simplicity Salon in south Florida.