Unnatural hair colors are the biggest trend in hair right now. Blondes, brunettes red head and black haired ladies are bringing their hair color to life with bold pinks, bright purples and multi-colored highlights. One color that looks fantastic on every hair color is blue. That’s probably because there are so many different hues along the blue hair color spectrum. From dark and barely there to bright and blended with pink, blue is a bold color that you won’t regret. Here are some of our favorite ways to add blue into your look.
Blue Highlights In Your Bangs
Dying your hair an unnatural color such as blue is bold. It can be tricky to blend the color in a statement-making fashion without being too much blue for you. Try adding some blue highlights into your long side-swept or blunt bangs. It will be easy to maintain and your eyes will pop.
Subtle “Mermaid” Blue Hair Color
Mermaid hair means finding your hair color inspiration from colors of the sea. From sea-foam green to sea blue, there are many options out there for you. We know that a lot of people aren’t quite willing to dye their entire hair green and blue so highlights are a great alternative. Find yourself a vibrant blue color and dye large sections of your hair underneath for a sultry mermaid look.
Another great way to your “get your tips wet” is by trying ombre with blue rather than blonde or brown. Best of all, you can get this look by using clip-ins or chalk dye so you really don’t have to commit to anything. If you have darker hair then opt for something bright to lighten your tips but for blondes, why not trying something dark to compliment your light hair?
Multi-Dimensional Blue Highlights
Don’t limit yourself to one shade of blue highlights. Try multiple colors with fine highlights throughout your tresses for a look with volume, dimension and a true wow-factor. You can really control how much blue is in your hair with this look so it works for those who just want a few highlights underneath and for those who really want a blue look.
Peak-a-boo Blue Highlights
A great way to incorporate some blue into your hair color is to dye a few sections underneath that will only pop out when you pull your hair up, style it in a certain way or the wind catches it just right. This way it won’t be the first thing your boss sees when you go into work but they might just notice when you style your hair for the holiday party.