6 Celebrities Show us their Take on this Year’s New Hair Trend
This celebrity hair colour trend isn’t for the faint hearted but if your clients are looking to experiment, then here are some looks to inspire! The rising popularity of hair dye means coloured hair has become a commonplace sighting across the country, allowing clients to stand out and try something new.
Now, a new trend emerges led by celebrities: choosing outfits that match their hair colour. From flamboyant fluorescents to placid pastels, six celebrities prove coordination is key as they show us their take on this year’s new hair trend.
“This is such a clever and creative way to colour hair, particularly when growing out dark hair,” says Tracy Hayes, Global Head of Technical Training at Fudge Professional.
“Once you’ve bleached the roots, all sorts of fun can be had changing up the colours, thanks to the limitless colour palettes available today from ranges such as Fudge Professional intermixable Paintbox colours. Look for a range that is semi-permanent, so you can switch up the colour to match your favourite outfits. Finally, be sure to upload your colour coordination experiments to Instagram to inspire friends and followers, as Billie and the following celebrities, have done.”
The American singer-songwriter is known for her vibrant style, and this week was no exception. She took to Instagram to share her newest look: neon green roots, paired with matching sunglasses and a signature oversized t-shirt. Billie is no stranger to bold hair colour, from grey and blue to turquoise and lavender, it seems there’s no shade the singer can’t pull off – and fans can’t wait to see what she comes up with next!
To promote Calvin Klein in December last year, Khloe took to Instagram sporting pastel pink waves that complimented her CK trousers. For those not bold enough to commit to permanent colour, this is the look for you. Hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons sprayed Khloe’s lightly curled locks with L’Oreal Colorista Spray Pastel Pink Hair Colour. An ultra-light micro powder form that sprays on and stays on until washed out, L’Oreal
The Met Gala this year showed a variety of unique styles, and media personality, model and businesswoman Kylie Jenner was certainly one of them. Her violet head of hair was accompanied by an equally colourful interlaced crystal mesh dress, embellished with Swarovski crystals and ostrich feathers. Her hair was in fact a custom made wig by Tokyo Stylez, which he side parted and kept down in a long, sleek straight style.
The Game of Thrones actress posted this image to Instagram earlier this year. According to the star, this bold choice was her own way of leaving her character Arya behind with the finale of the hit series. The actress revealed that the bold hair colour change was a purposeful choice to claim her freedom — not just from the series she’s spent the past decade filming, but also from the industry as a whole. Williams has paired her rosy fringe and curls with an equally pink t-shirt, even matching the image’s background to her new style.
Her hair was coloured using Bleach London’s Rosé collection – whose products are all vegan and recyclable – by Bleach London’s hair stylist Freddie (@freddie.yeah on Instagram).
Captioned ‘I like to base my outfits off of my hair colour’, the star shared this image with her followers in June of her new red hair, paying homage to her new role as MJ in the upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home film. Zendaya’s slick scarlet bun complimented her burgundy blazer as she exited from the new movie’s press tour in London.
Fans were surprised by the star’s change of look as her hair is often altered with wigs or extensions, however she revealed on twitter despite being semi permanent, it’s her real hair that’s been dyed this time.
Georgia May Jagger
English fashion model and designer Georgia May Jagger was seen rocking hair-to-toe pink at December 2018’s Fashion Awards. Alex Brownsell (cofounder of Bleach London) is to thank for her fluorescent locks that matched an equally striking suit, catching all eyes on the carpet. The bold colour came from Bleach London’s The Big Pink Hair Colour Cream, which lasts between 2-30 washes.
Written by Evie Samman