Natural Looking Hair Colour Trends

Natural-Looking Hair Colours at Segais Hair Salons in Didcot and Wantage

If  you aren’t feeling entirely certain about taking the first move towards colouring your hair, then the 2019 trend for natural-looking hair colours is perfect for you!  Not many of us are blessed with a beautiful natural hair colour so this year’s trend for balayage, natural ombré, soft brunette lowlights and golden blonde highlights could be just what you need to take your hair from drab to fab!  

We are Joico hair colour experts and can answer all your questions on what it takes to put in and maintain a new hair colour, taking into account your personal hair type, hair history as well as your budget and the amount of time you have to spend on hair care.  Book an appointment at our Didcot or Wantage hair salons so we can advise you.

If you are new to hair colour or have not had your hair coloured at Segais Hair and Beauty Salons in the past six months or more, it’s essential that you book in for a quick allergy patch test 48 hours before your appointment.

golden blonde hair colours Wantage hair salonWarm Blonde Hair Shades – Golden Highlights

What exactly do we mean by a warm blonde?   It’s a variety of beautiful hair colours that includes golden tones, honey hues, buttery blondes and caramel blonde colours.   If you long for hair that has that sun-kissed and beachy look, then ask your Segais colourist to add some warm blonde highlights through your hair. 

Alternatively, you could try brightening up your look with some warm blonde babylights.  Babylights are tiny little highlights designed to look like your childhood hair colour when it was lightened up by the sun!   They work perfectly with any hair colour and skin tone and are a great style for those looking for a low maintenance look.

bronde balayage Didcot hair salonBronde Balayage Hair Colours

Bronde is a hair shade that mixes together warm brunette with golden blonde.  It can be weaved into your hair as highlights or using the hand-painted balayage technique. 

If you would love to make a change to your hair colour and want to take on a richer, darker shade but aren’t sure about parting with your blonde colour completely, then a bronde is an excellent option to consider.  It’s the ideal look for both brunettes who want to highlight their hair and blondes looking to make their hair colour a little bit darker.

natural ombre hair colours Wantage & didcot hair salonsNatural Ombré Hair Colour

Soft and natural ombré is very popular this season!  Ombré is a method that involves gradually making your hair lighter from the mid-lengths to the ends… and it looks fantastic when you choose a mix of dark and light blonde shades. 

Ombré is a low maintenance hair shade which makes it perfect for the first time colouring your hair.  You can leave longer between visits to Segais as there will be no noticeable root growth… but we recommend you return every eight weeks for a toner to refresh your gorgeous blonde ends.   Want to make a change to your hair colour without making a big commitment? Choose a natural ombré hair colour!

brunette with red tonesBeautiful Brunettes 

Give your brunette a boost by weaving some lighter-toned highlights throughout.  This technique adds extra shape and shine to your hair and is a great, low maintenance choice if your natural hair shade is somewhere between brown and dirty blonde.

Ask your stylist to put in some babylights around your face to give your hair a lift.   Alternatively, you could add some thicker streaks of colour for a bolder highlighted effect.  Speak to your Segais stylist who can create the look you’d like to achieve.

Book Your Hair Colour Appointment at Segais Hairdressing Salons in Didcot and Wantage

The experience we offer our guests at Segais Hair and Beauty Salons is second to none, and we’re delighted to have so many loyal followers.   Have a look at some of our best salon reviews here.

Please call us on 01235 223826 for our Didcot salon or 01235 225522 for our Wantage salon, or book online using the pop up bar to the right of the screen.