I’ll always say that fall is the best time for that iconic middle part, slick straight, black hair vibe. However, spring is the time when it’s best to try bold colors for a different seasonal look.
I’ve always done a honey blonde/brown look in the spring, but I definitely feel that I’m going to try a bolder blonde this season. I mean, of course I’m nervous to step out of my comfort zone, but when’s the best time to try something new? Whenever you make it! If you don’t want to dye your real hair, weave is an amazing option to try all shades of color and not damage your actual hair. Plus, weaves and wigs are so versatile that you can wear a different color and have a different personality associated with that color each day. How fun would that be to ask your friends or man “which me do you want today?”
This is definitely the OG of shades when it comes to brightening up your style. Although this color could be expected for you to try, it’s entirely too fire to ever give up. Blonde automatically brightens your face and makes you look vibrant. It is important to find the right shade of blonde for your skin tone, so whenever you decide, make sure to have done your research or consult your hair stylist.
Okay, I know, but trust me. This may not be the first idea that pops into your head for spring colors, but I swear I’ve seen some people pull this color off in an amazing way. This is definitely a bolder but complimentary move for spring. Whether you wear your hair long or short, this color is definitely a show stopper. I’m assuming if you go with this color that you don’t mind the attention, so why not go for it?
Rainbow Peek-A-Boo Hair
This is definitely a style that most don’t do, which gives you even more incentive to be unique. The great thing about this style is that although it has the rainbow color pattern, you can blend it in with or hide it completely underneath your original hair color until you’re ready for the rainbow dye to be seen. This style is definitely versatile and is so satisfying to admire when done right.
Have fun playing with color!
By Kori Barnes, Sophomore, UNLV