12 Spring Hair Colors That Have Us Ready for a Refresh
Spring is when we get our behinds back in the salon chair, finally trim off those split ends, and freshen up our hair color to reflect the season’s bright demeanor. No matter if blonde, brunette, or redhead, we all want something that brings out the best in our strands. That could mean sunflower blonde, tawny brunette, or even sangria red.
Here are 12 spring hair colors that are giving us major refresh inspiration right now.
Can you say low maintenance? Because that’s the calling card of this baby blonde hair color. Feel free to push back those touch-up appointments.
“Twilighting” is the hot new trend on the horizon for spring, and it’s all about lightening up key hair pieces around your face to brighten up your look without actually having to put a ton of chemical color on your natural brunette mane.
We’d like a double pour of this hair color, please. There’s no ignoring this rich, vivacious red when it walks down the street—which is just the mood we’re looking to bring into a new season.
Say hello to the perfect winter-to-spring transitional blonde. It’s a slightly creamier version of ice blonde—as in, just what the winter blues ordered.
For those desiring an edgier take on twilight brown, tawny is as warm and spicy as it gets. Ask for sweeping strokes of balayage color to transform chocolate brown strands.
When you’re tired of the same old chocolate brown, consider a generous wash of reddish hair color to create a not-brown, not-red mahogany hair shade.
If you’re not sure whether cool ash blonde or warm honey blonde is your most flattering color, go with a neutral option like this super subtle stone blonde. Wash the lowkey color all over your strands for a bright blonde look.
It’s never a bad time to move over to the dark side, and this midnight mocha brown might be the most persuasive on the dark side’s team. Add pops of color to the money pieces that frame your face, and it won’t feel too dark for springtime.
Consider this color copper red’s more exciting baby sister. It’s got the same warm copper tones but comes off even more vibrant than the classic hue.
Nothing strikes a happier chord than sunflower golden blonde. Keep the roots slightly darker to ensure the grow-out doesn't need to be touched up every month.
All of our minimalist gals please stand up for this subtle take on caramel brown. Ask for babylights in a warm caramel color to add just a touch of brightness to mocha brown hair.
What’s the easiest way for brunettes to go blonde for spring? Creamy, vanilla blonde balayage that coats the hair from mid-shaft to the ends. Presto.