The trendsetter hairstylist Samet Zili who is the owner of HairbySam hairdresser living in London talked about the 2021 hair colour trends.
With the start of a new year comes an impulsive urge to shake things up. While some are enthusiastically starting new habits—for a few weeks, at least—we’re making an appointment at the hair salon. As soon as possible.
It’s finally time to follow that itch to change up your look, starting with a new hair colour. We're predicting that 2021 summer and winter are going to be all about subtle but statement-making colour that doesn't require constant upkeep. That means low-maintenance colour in extra eye-catching shades. After that, possibilities are endless.
This icy shade is achieved by using foilyage or balayage—it keeps minimal dimension at the base with full saturation of blonde through the ends. A toner can help achieve this ash blonde, along with frequent use of blue shampoo at home. According to experts, toning is important to ensure there’s minimal damage by overlapping lightener.
Truly the best of both worlds, this look perfectly straddles the line between dirty blonde and brunette. The multi-tonal hair color marries shades of light brown, beige, and gray with an overall ashy tone—just like the colors you'll find on the underside of a mushroom. “it’s the perfect way for bright blondes to darken for the season, or, conversely, for deep brunettes to lighten up a bit without making any full commitments.”
3- Low maintenance platinum
Think of this as a new and improved version of platinum blonde that starts with darker blonde roots and melts into all the bright colours you could want—without risking major damage with constant touch-ups.
This stunning shade of red is back by popular demand after making its appearance in The Queen’s Gambit. The sleek and sophisticated color is a true red, meaning it’s deeper than a copper red, but lighter than auburn. “In most cases, you’ll achieve this color in one appointment, but you’ll need to keep up on the maintenance with touch-ups every four to six weeks to avoid fading. I suggest keeping this as a single process as adding highlights would decrease the intensity,”