Peanut Butter & Jelly Hair : Created by colorist Megan Schipani for a client who wanted to "keep it 'natural'" but also wanted "something fun," this clever, two_tone look features a golden blonde inspired by the color of peanut butter and shades of purple to evoke jelly. Buttered Rose Gold Hair : Stylist Presley Poe calls this very 2018 color "Butter'd Rose Gold" due to its blend of slightly metallic pink and yellowy_blonde tones. "For this color, I blended the current fade from her previous color [a bright pink] with the pink melt at the base," Poe told Allure. The result is a lived_in, wearable version of rose.
The last few years have seen a bigger_than_ever push for natural and organic beauty products. Many consumers are under the impression that components found in "organic" or "natural" hair products make them inherently safer. Unfortunately it's not that simple, according to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. In fact, not only is organic hair dye not necessarily safer than synthetic hair dye, organic hair dye simply doesn't exist.