Champagne Is the Latest Color Hair We're Crazy For
We love a glass of champagne to celebrate a special occasion (or just weekend brunch), but the bubbly drink is now making its way into salons—in the form of a gorgeous new hair color. Apparently, hair colors inspired by drinks are already a thing, and champagne hair is just the latest pin to tack on to 2018’s hair color trends. You might picture champagne hair as simply another blonde but it’s much more versatile. It does have a blonde slant, but it can work on light brunettes and brondes, too. It’s a soft, creamy color, and it often has baby pink or peach undertones. It’s shiny and classy, just like a fizzing glass of champagne. All you need to know about champagne is that it’s totally dreamy. Scroll and see for yourself.
Hand-painted balayage coloring techniques delivered this multi-faceted look that’s shiny and natural looking.
This light, slightly baby pink shade of champagne is almost iridescent in its shininess.
This subtle ombré job adds depth with multiple colors that blend to a creamy champagne finish.
Champagne Blonde With Highlights
This beachy champagne blonde with platinum highlights was made for the summer.
This silky bronde has hints of blush and shiny champagne.
Subtle Blush Champagne
This look has a hint of blush that doesn’t overwhelm the blonde.
This gorgeous color has more of a buttery, classic blonde hue over a bronde undertone.
This soft look combines light brunette with silky blonde for a cohesive shade of champagne.
This shiny champagne hair color has cool undertones, which makes it a perfect blonde for winter months.
This warm shade of champagne is silky smooth.
This dusty blonde is a laidback champagne, and it’s totally manageable for any season.
This multi-dimensional style combines warm and icy hues of champagne.
This gorgeous multidimensional color combines shades of honey, rose, and bronde or an overall bubbly champagne feel.
Champagne With Shadow Roots
This color job flows from a darker root to a lightened champagne tip without harsh contrast.
This version of the champagne look has slight peachy undertones, which will flatter warm skin tones.