Expensive Blonde Will Be Spring’s Biggest Hair Color Trend

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of expensive brunette, the multi-dimensional luxury hair color that took off in fall 2021 and is set to be at the forefront of trends. hair color of 2022. But what if blondes want to have fun? Umm… well, there’s a shadow coming to the slopes that should be big news for spring. Her name? Dear blonde. Go figure.

“You’ve all heard of the trend of expensive brunettes, that’s what I call expensive blondes,” celebrity hairstylist Tom Smith, European Creative Director of Evo Hair, told fans on his Instagram grid. In a clip discussing his hair trend predictions for 2022, the pro picked hair color as the one to watch if you fancy changing up or updating your hair to blonde.

“It’s a really soft contrast so there are less shadows in the hair, but it’s not a fixed color. There is still dimension, there are still ups and downs,” Smith explained. “Generally it’s a warmer shade, but I think it’s going to do really well in the spring.”

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In the video, Smith showed off a photo of Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause, who changed her hair color from a caramel to a shinier warm blonde last summer.

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The technique closely follows that of the cherished brunette, which Tom says “is all about giving the hair deeper energy, dimension and detail.” To achieve this luxurious finish, an expert blend of different blonde tones will take lighter hair to the next level compared to an all over tinted look. “I believe it’s a professional colorist’s responsibility to give clients something they could never get at home,” Smith explained. And expertly placed highlights and lowlights can help add interest and give your blonde a more intentional, crafted look.

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If you want to try the trend, make sure you and your colorist are on the same page to make sure the color is right for your vision and lifestyle. Discuss the deepest and lightest shades of blonde you’d like to incorporate, such as golden, sandy, butterscotch, platinum, beige, or honey. Your stylist should scatter them subtly so the finished look is effortless but, you guessed it, expensive.

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