The Light And Dark Of It All
Whether we like it or not, our hair color tends to change a little, or a lot, over the summer. Personally, my dark brown locks get lighter as I spend more and more time outside, no matter what I do to protect them.
For some gals, playing the color switch up game is intentional. It’s a fun time to play around and change up your look. What does it take to care for our hair at any color, or enhance the natural hues? Glamour mag helps fill in the blanks. Here are the best looks to try out for the next few months:
Try adding some movement to your locks by letting your roots grow out a little, and add a softer finish at the ends.
Spending a long day at the beach? Slick your hair into a bun or ponytail with gel. Throughout the day, you won’t have to worry about looking drab. Even if you sweat, it will stay polished.
Honey-blonde hair is said to be the best for shine serums or shine finishing treatments. If you want ultra shiny hair all summer long, consider going a few shades darker. The sun picks up high-lights and low-lights easily on this hue.
Not sure how to switch it up? Consider a color in between blonde and brunette, and let it lighten up naturally as the summer goes on.
Similar to honey-blonde, a very light brown will pick up shine easily and reflect the natural light of the sun.
A few auburn highlights sprinkled throughout the bottom half of hair will show off its movement and give it added depth. A messy low bun is always the way to go for a long, hot day. The messier it gets, the better it looks.
Ultra dark hair always looks beautiful slicked back with shine serum. Take it the next step with a sharp middle part.