If you like to pick up the coming trends before they become mainstream, check these radical hair colour ideas for 2018!
Maxime Simoens’ spring 2019 show featured fashions based around youthful and individual looks worn by hip kids at the Burning Man festival. So there was a noticeably 1970’s flavour with strong blocks of bright colour, fun slogan T-shirts and these completely new hair colour ideas for 2019.
Simple and sassy
This is one of our fave new hair colour ideas for 2018, as it’s easy to do at home and totally original! And to whet your appetite consider these colour combos:
Royal blue roots on black hair, rich sea-green on brown, electric blue around a centre parting on a light golden-brown medium layered bob, sunshine yellow on dark hair or pink on any base colour! Ooh! – pink roots on platinum-blonde – stunning!
Ash-blonde hair colour ideas for 2019
In addition to those exciting new hair colour ideas for 2018, we’ll be wearing less strawberry-blonde and more platinum-blonde shades in the New Year. And having our balayage and ombre′s cooled down for spring with some fabulously chic ash-blonde and ash-brown shades!
The main hair colour ideas for 2019 are still centred on warm reds – but it’s going to be platinum-ice and cool ash-browns all the way from spring onwards! Not only for long hair, you can try these colors on short hair too, just like bob and longer pixie cuts.
Rainbow colour roots!
The models were wearing bright blue, green, yellow and pink colour on the top of their medium length hairstyles at the roots around the centre parting and the crown. What a fabulous new way to cover your unwanted ‘root growth’ and a daring departure from balayage and ombré hair colour ideas. These hair ideas are not perfect for long hair, but also great for short hair.
For 2019, summer-time trends in rainbow hair are definitely going to embrace this fantastic new hair colour idea!
Here’s how the look was created by Bumble & Bumble’s artistic director. He used a brush to paint on colours from the MAC Pigment range mixed with water around the roots of the parting and crown area. Then he applied Bumble & Bumble’s Dryspun Texture Spray and finally dried the roots with a very low speed hair-drier, leaving a powdery matte effect.
I suspect it would be easier to do with any of the temporary rainbow colours from the Crazy Colour range, or the Revlon Nutri-Gloss range (for natural colours) to get a finish that’s just as radical, but not powdery!
Take a look right now at the most original and fresh hair colour ideas for 2018 you’ve ever seen in this gallery!