Hottest winter hair colour trends 2013

Dec 19 2017, 9:11 am

Hair colour trends this winter are vibrant and gorgeous.

Gingerbread Lady

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A delicate natural ginger with hints of cinnamon and cocoa. This is a great glossing option for those wanting to spice up their natural dark blonde or light brown hair. This also suits a natural ginger looking for more depth and shine.


Holiday Golden Blonde

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Gold is the most light-reflective tone of all, so this option can add life and richness to the bleached-out tresses of summer. Great for maximizing shine in those holiday photos.

Snow Queen

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Icy and bright, this option is for blondes looking to make a dramatic entrance during the party season. The ‘perfect platinum’ is not an easy tone to achieve, so make sure you have a great relationship with your stylist. Your stylist should be thinking about your hair’s health and condition before going to this light of a shade.

Blue Velvet

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Vibrant colours, such as blues and violets can be a perfect compliment to a trendy haircut or colour. Stylists can place blues or violets strategically within a style. This is a look for someone who wants to stand out and look unique.

Sugarplum Truffle

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A decadent, rich deep shade that adds splashes of violet to darker levels of hair. Glimmers of plum ripple through the hair adding movement and shine.


Top Tips for keeping hair colour rich and vibrant throughout the holidays:

Use a shampoo and conditioner designed to maintain colour, such as Aveda Color Conserve Shampoo, Conditioner, and Daily Color Protect Leave-In Conditioner. Using a leave-in conditioner on the ends of the hair will prevent your hair from getting dried out when outside in the cold or the in the indoor heat.

Don’t over wash the hair, two to three times a week is best so you’re not washing that colour investment down the drain! Hair colour services can be pricey, so using the correct products and being on a reasonable washing schedule will make it last the longest it can.

If it’s sunny outside or you are on the slopes, wear a hat. This will help prevent your colour from fading on the super bright days and protect the hair from cold and wind.

Hair Stylist Consultant: Taylor Smits

Aveda Tonic: 2714 Granville Street, Vancouver