For those of you that are bored with your hair or your “look”; for those of you that yearn to reinvent yourselves, and are looking around for the hottest trends in hair color in 2012 you have some great choices. The hair color trends for 2012 are so diverse that virtually every type of look is in. You can opt for candy-bright hues or subtle shades; you can toss in a few brightening highlights around the face or layer 4 or 5 shades together for complicated, dimensional color. You can be a peacock or you can be a swan – it’s all up to you! So find the hair color trend that lets you bring out your inner hottie.
In 2012 the ultra trendy hair color that looks utterly gorgeous without the shock factor of a Katy Perry blue or purple, is tone-on-tone color. Only a handful of the top hair colorists can really do this well, so choose wisely. If you are a brunette who wants to go a little red, your colorist will mix up several pots of color – some deeper than your base, some lighter, some red, some copper-in short a rainbow of shades that he will streak in, layer by layer. From brown dove to swan!
If you are feeling more like a peacock then don’t just settle for an all-over blue, or bubble-gum pink. Enjoy having your hair colorist streak in a rainbow of bright shades, turning your hair into a work of art. This is a look that works particularly well with smooth, asymmetrical cuts . Hair highlights are back in a big way this year, so enjoy the drama of a fiery red/blonde section of hair mixed in with your auburn base, or shades of blue and teal layered over your midnight black tresses. 2012 hair trends are drenched with color and shine.
The new hair color products give you more flexibility than ever so you can go from light to dark and back again in a few weeks if you like! If you don’t like a color then change it! The best brands of hair color offer a huge selection of semi-permanent as well as permanent hair dye formulas. So you can checkout some of the more exciting colors without making a commitment. However, when you do decide to go permanent, do it with a great colorist so you love the results!