"These six ingredients are a mix of hair color 'actives,' preservatives and contaminates, and we were able to redesign our hair color from the ground up without the need or presence of any of them," Smith explains. "We've been able to remove them from our products in order to minimize the chemical profile of our formulas while maintaining salon_quality gorgeous results." Go as natural as possible. If you still prefer natural ingredients regardless of unproven safety benefits, you may want to look to a trusted brand like Aveda, which promises a mostly natural hair_color formula.
Nude Hair :Nude hair is about balance. "There's an even amount of both warm and cool tones, which cancel each other out to create a neutral color," explains Meri Kate O'Connor, senior colorist and educator at Eva Scrivo Salons in New York City. Bonus: They're very flattering on all skin tones. "Neutral colors are trendy because they're so easy to wear," says O'Connor. Snowlights Hair : With "snowlight" highlights, shimmering pieces of pale blonde scatter across the top of the head like (you guessed it) snow. Try this to get a sparkling lift for your summer hair color, then use Khlorane Sun Lightening Spray with Chamomile and Honey to bring out the highlights.