Cream Soda: The Main Hair Color Trend For Winter-Spring 2018
January 24, 2018 14:39 By Fabiosa
The 2018 winter-spring season has already introduced interesting beauty novelties in hair coloring. After analyzing the cult fashion shows, we are ready to present the main trend: cream soda hair!
Yes, it seems that everything natural will eventually take over the world! The warm rich blonde tone has come to replace the luxurious but unnatural ashy color. While the platinum color can be obtained only through aggressive hair coloring and it is still hard to maintain, the cream soda color is easier to cope with. And most importantly, this color is suitable for women of all color types.
This color can be described as a universal blonde color with hints of honey.
You can use this color for individual strands to create the effect of burnt hair.
On the other hand, this color looks equally advantageous.
Check how good this cream soda color looks on a short haircut!
Here is another option.
This color looks perfect on voluminous hair. If you have straight hair, here is a useful life hack for you. Your hair will look lush if you highlight the strands around your face.
Gigi Hadid has already chosen this shade! Who is next?
Tips for those who want to dye their hair
- To ensure that your hair color remains bright for a long time, get a special line of cosmetic products for colored hair.
- In the first days after dying your hair, avoid washing it every day. This will allow the color to penetrate deeper into the hair shaft.
- Make sure you rinse your hair with cool water.
- Also, you can get hair products with UV protection. The sun is the first enemy of your hair color!
Do you like this color? If you want to change your hairstyle, go ahead and do it! If not, share this article with your friends. Perhaps, they will choose to dye their hair this very shade!
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