How many times did you change your hair color last year? Have you still got the same hair color as last year? Are you thinking of change your new hair color? Having the same hair color day in and day out is kind of like eating the same food everyday : It can be boring, isn’t it? How do you feel when you see your hair in mirror? But major change might not be in the cards for everyone. Especially when it comes to major change like hair. Choosing the right hair color can be a scary proposition. But if you’re thinking of change your hair color. Take your time and searching the right salon and the best color that suit you.
Hair color isn’t always about just “color”. It’s about shades, hues, and a good cut that will show off your new color. Perfect color doesn’t come in a bottle. If you are hoping to get a color correction for past mistakes (caused either by you or another salon), it will take a real expert to add in the right toners to counter the faulty shades you are trying to get rid of.
Before having any kind of color applied to your hair, select a salon with a certified color professional. Not every hairdresser is an expert in color. Find a salon that specializes in color and ask about the qualifications of their staff. Usually a high end colorist will charge more, but it’s worth it. Considering you are looking for something for the holidays, think of this as a gift to you.
When you use the services of a real professional, go to the appointment with an open mind. You may have your heart set of pale blond, but if the colorist can prove to you that a deep strawberry is really your best shade, listen to her. She is trained to match color with skin tone. She knows what will work, and what won’t. Now, let’s look at these hair color inspiration before you hit the salon.
Balayage and babylights are the perfect match! If you’re after a softer, more subtle transition from darker to lighter, then this look is bound to inspire your next trip.