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As we say goodbye to winter, and dive into spring, most of us are eager to update our look for the new season. Spring and summer offer some of the hottest hair color trends of the year. You’re probably asking yourself what could possibly top last year’s trends of balayage and grey hair? Those trends will still be popular this spring and summer, but get ready for even more exotic color trends. Spring and summer are the best times to go for a wild look! Here are The Hottest Hair Color Trends to Try This Spring & Summer 2017
Chocolate Brown Hair Color
Good news for everyone – chocolate brown hair color looks gorgeous on pretty much everyone! The chocolatey color complements almost every skin tone. Another positive thing about this hair color? It’s easy to up-keep! If you want to switch up your look, but don’t want to commit to anything wild just quite yet, this hair color trend is perfect for you.
Strawberry Blonde Hair Color
Strawberry blonde is a beautiful mixture of warm reddish and blonde tones, and it is the perfect color for spring and summer. Depending on your skin tone, you can make your strawberry blonde color as light or as dark as you want! It’s no secret that this is one of the hottest hair color trends of the season.
Deep Roots and Multi-Dimensional Ends
This look is great for everyone because it’s customizable to everyone’s face and skin tone. There’s no “one size fits all” when it comes to this look. You can make your roots as light, or as dark, as you please! If you want to go for a subtle fade of dark roots into lighter ends, or a drastic fade of dark roots to light, multi-dimensional ends, this look will be customized just for you!
Baby-Lights into Lighter Ends
The baby-lights trend gives your hair a fresh, natural and beautiful look! It’s perfect if you want to switch up your look for summer, but still want a subtle change. Another wonderful thing about this trend is that it requires low-maintenance. Since the highlights are so fine, when your natural hair color grows out it just adds a softer presence to the look with no dramatic line of differentiation.