Hair Colour Trends For This spring-summer Season That Are Unmissable


Here are some of the coolest hair colour trends for the spring-summer season for those who love to experiment with their looks. Read more

Written By Kashmira Patil | Mumbai | Updated On:
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For the people who love to experiment with their hairstyles here are some supercool spring summer hair colour trends that you cannot miss out on. These hair colour trends will change your look completely. For those who are experimental with their looks can take tips from these hair colour trends given below.

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Bold hair colour shades

Bold hair colour that starts from the root of the hair to the tip of the hair. This is one of the trending hair colour trends for this season. Women are loving deep and bright shades of red, purple and blues in their hair. This hairstyle will also give you a quirky look and will make you stand out. 

Icy Silver

One of the most trendy hair colours is the Icy Silver hairstyle. The silver blondes and icy tones with a slight shade of blue or lilac is the talk of the town this summer season. If you are up for this hairstyle you can also go for dark roots with a light shade that would create a multidimensional tone. 


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Metallic Rose Gold

Everyone is aware of the fact that the spring season is all about bright colours and during this the metallic colour is unmissable. The rose gold hair colour was quite underrated but the shade has gained a lot of popularity recently. Rose Gold hair colour has grabbed everyone's attention. All those who want to experiment with their hair colour, this shade is the perfect trendsetter for this season.

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