SUMMER HAIR COLOUR TRENDS

by Hair Magazine

SUMMER HAIR COLOUR TRENDS INSPIRED BY SUMMER ICE CREAM SUNDAES!

This summer the Rainbow Room International team has found their inspiration through ice cream sundaes! Having spent so long with little socialising, it’s time to turn heads, and The Rainbow Room know exactly how to achieve this!

Strawberry – Pink is a hue that never goes out of style and for those who don’t want to opt for a hair colour that’s too vibrant, these muted strawberry tones are perfect. Incredibly on-trend for the season and perfect for blondes who want to update their look but have a colour that will fade out beautifully. This hair colour looks best when teamed with mega shine for a more irridescent finish. Use a hair mask one-twice per week to keep your hair conditioned and full of shine such as Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Hyaluronic Moisture Kick Treatment and spray on some Schwarzkopf Style Osis+ Sparkle Finish Shine Spray after styling for instant gloss and sparkle.
Image – Daisy @ RRI Academy Howard St


Orange Sorbet – A statement hair colour this hue is not for the faint hearted. The beauty of this shade is how vivid it is and therefore it may require more maintenance and trips to the salon to keep it looking its best and full of vibrancy. Hair may have to be pre-lightened before tinted to this beautiful hue and aftercare is extremely important. A depositing shampoo or treatment that tops up your hair colour is a good idea to keep hair colour looking its best. The Schwarzkopf Kroma In Bonding Color Mask’s are one of our favourites to keep hair in optimal condition whilst recovering vibrancy and are perfect for these bold, expressive colour statement looks.
Image – Adele @ RRI Clarkston


Banana Split – With illuminating yellow one of the Pantone Colours of the Year, yellow is one of the most on trend colours for the season. This colour screams sunshine and happiness but is also seriously cool and works great when worn with a dark root for a more low maintenance yet edgy vibe. Hair may need to be pre-lightened for this shade if not already a light blonde hue, so it’s important to talk to your hairdresser about hair care post-appointment and also the opportunity to add in a Bonding Treatment such as Schwarzkopf Fibreplex into your hair colour to keep hair in its optimum condition throughout the colour process and to avoid breakage.
Image – Diana Carson @ Uddingston


Mint Choc Chip – These mint blue/green tones are becoming more and more popular and look great worn many different ways, whether the colour is placed all over your hair or via colour panels and pieces, which are a great way to experiment with adding colour into your current hair colour. This is also a great colour for brunettes to experiment with, adding in via highlights or balayage to your hair for a high-fashion hair colour. Use a colour saving shampoo and conditioner to keep this colour looking its best and to avoid it from fading.
Image – Daisy @ RRI Academy Howard St

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