Ash blonde hair
The trendy hair colour
Ash blonde was one of the hair colour trends in 2017/2018 and is also known as the "Granny look". Grey or ash blonde hair is currently a must-have. This cool blonde colour is a great new styling option, particularly for women with dark blonde or so-called dishwater blonde hair. These shades are the perfect basis for ash blonde highlights.
Here is how you can follow the trend and who suits this shade.
Who suits ash blonde hair?
Ash blonde is close to grey. Your clothing and make-up should include bright colours to bring more vibrancy to your look so that the trend does not appear too dull. Your make-up can be a little more intense or extravagant.
In general, the trend tends to suit women better who have a cool, pale skin tone.
Colouring your hair ash blonde
Of course, you can dye your hair this cool blonde colour if you have naturally dark hair. If you have blonde hair, there are other ways to achieve this trendy shade.
For brown hair
Brown or dark hair needs to be lightened first. Do not do this yourself; it is better to go to your hairdresser. Lightening your hair like this is done in stages, in which more and more colour pigments are removed from the hair. If the lightening process is stopped at the wrong time, this can cause an unattractive yellow or green hue. Depending on how dark your hair is, you may need several sessions until you achieve the desired lightness.
Do you have the unattractive yellow or green hue in your hair?
For blonde hair
If you have dark blonde hair, ash blonde highlights can provide the desired effect.
If you already have light blonde hair but are struggling with a yellow hue, silver shampoos and conditioners are an ideal remedy. The colour pigments contained in these products reduce the yellow hue, giving your hair an enhanced silver sheen. Regardless of your hair colour, frequent colouring and highlighting stresses and damages the hair. Proper hair care, e.g. using a conditioner, is very important and must not be overlooked.
The colour shampoos can be washed out as they only tone the hair. After washing the hair a few times with a normal shampoo, you will no longer see any colour effect.