Hair Coloring Styles and Trends

Hair Coloring Styles and Trends

There’s no faster, easier, or cooler way to change up your whole look, and your whole outlook, than by changing your hair color. This Spring, there are some gorgeous hair color trends that you are sure to love. Check out some of the latest and greatest color options below, gather some pictures of your favorites, and make an appointment at your favorite nearby Beauty Clinic. Get ready for the new you!

Peek-a-Boo Color

Peek-a-boo color is a surprising and fun way to show off your wild side, while still looking office appropriate. In this process, a section of hair that is typically hidden underneath your top layer of hair is dyed in a non-traditional pop of color (think purple, turquoise, pink or blue). The color only peeks through occasionally as you move about, or when you put your hair up into a ponytail or pull it back.

Warm or Cool Brunette

Brunette hair is in this season as more and more people are opting for a brunette look. Warm brunettes are highlighted with amber, caramel, and gold tones for a subtle, natural look. Alternately, if warm tones don’t work well with your skin tone, “smokey” or “mushroom” brunettes have more of an ashy, cool hue.

Beige Blonde

Beige Blonde is anything but boring – this neutral, “looks good on almost everyone” blonde is pale and sandy – not too gold and not too ashy. Just right. Beige blonde is muted, natural, and very flattering on a wide range of skin tones.

Blush / Nude Colors

Ok – nude hair color sounds a little weird, but wait till you see it! We’re talking about colors like rose gold, peach, pastel pink and apricot blonde. This type of hair color will leave your skin glowing and are bound to make your eyes pop.

Silver

Many people stopped touching up their gray hair during the pandemic, and now are looking to embrace those silver strands. Silver highlights are chic, edgy and being embraced by women of all ages, from bright platinum to smokey grays this trending hair color can give you a gorgeous sparkle that is sure to turn heads.

If you love learning about the latest hairstyles and beauty trends, consider turning your passion into a career! Shore Beauty School offers a program in Cosmetology which can put you on the path to a career in the beauty industry. Schedule a virtual tour today, contact us to learn more or give us a call at (609) 645-3635.

DIY Natural Makeup Looks

do it yourself natural makeup looks

While it can be fun to go full glam with your makeup for a special event or night on the town, most of us require a more natural look for our everyday lives. The goal is to look like yourself, but better, enhancing your best features and feeling confident. Try out some of these do-it-yourself natural makeup looks that are trending and show you off!

Replace full coverage foundation for a tinted moisturizer

Some people find that a full-coverage foundation feels too heavy for a natural, everyday look. Instead, choose a sheer, tinted moisturizer to even out and brighten your skin tone without weighing you down. Find one with an SPF as well, and it’ll be doing triple-duty for your skin.

Swap your cakey blush for a flush of sheer color

If you want a natural-looking blush, opt for sheer, cream formulas that blend in smoothly and never look cakey. Use a formula that is light and buildable, so you don’t overdo those rosy cheeks.

Go for natural highlights, not glitter

The right highlighter can give you a dewy glow and emphasize your cheekbones. The key is to find one with finely milled particles and a satiny finish, so you look luminous, but not glittery. Use a light touch and apply wherever the sun would naturally reflect off your skin.

Brush up brows instead of overplucking or overdrawing

Brows can often look overdone, either too dark and filled in or overplucked and unnatural. Instead, simply use a spoolie brush to brush your eyebrows straight up or on the diagonal towards your temples to make you look more awake and energized. You can use a clear brow gel or try the latest trend of using glycerin soap (“soap brows”) to set them in place.

Opt for neutral eyes instead of dramatic

For a professional, daytime look, consider lightly dusting your lids in a sheer, pale color (such as taupe) and then “cutting the crease” of your eyelid with a slightly darker neutral. There are lots of lovely neutral eye shadow palettes available that coordinate with your eye color to help you achieve a soft, natural look.

Choose a nude lip balm instead of a bold lipstick

Finally, ditch the bright red lipstick, super shiny glosses or bold matte colors, and choose a lightly tinted lip balm. You’ll get a hint of natural color while moisturizing your lips.

If you love learning about makeup and skincare, maybe you should turn that passion into a career! Shore Beauty School offers Cosmetology and Skincare programs that can put you on the path for a future in the beauty and wellness industry. Schedule a virtual tour today, contact us to learn more or give us a call at (609) 645-3635.