Ashy blonde babylights
This combination of neutrals, specifically grey and beige-brown (or taupe) is warm, timeless and grounded, not to mention extremely practical for the office.
Yes, denim hair is still very much on-trend! Go for a soothing gradient of blues that simply evokes calm and serenity – while displaying a sense of sophisticated cool too.
Rosy, natural brown ombre
The dusty rose-toned pink shade recalls one of Pantone’s colours of the year – rose quartz – albeit given a more muted, sombre treatment. This beautiful ombre look is suitable for work and the deep shade can take years off your face!
Read also: It’s All About Gorgeous Rose Gold Hair! See 10 Ways To Carry The Colour
Peek-a-boo colours have been big this 2016, with the rainbow hair trend still raging on. But if you’d like something a bit more grounded yet still sophisticated and trendy, try this rich green. It’s just the right shade of elegance and vibrancy.
Read also: 10 Hair Colouring Ideas To Brighten Up Dark Hair
Affectionately termed, “granny chic”, opt for this neutral for an ultra-mod look that will definitely turn heads (and in a good way!). Ask for the balayage treatment while you’re at it!
Purple and red balayage
Speaking of balayage, reinvent your look with a combination of earthy and vibrant accents like this versatile purple and grounded russet hue blend. Read this for 18 more balayage ideas that are suitable for anyone.
Photo: Elizabethany via Brit Morin/Pinterest
Russet orangey and dusty pink highlights are an easy way to add youthfulness and a healthy glow to your look.
Photo: Alle Ideen/Pinterest
Here’s another way of going green – just dyeing the ends or the lower half of your hair is an easy way to carry the colour, especially if you have dark hair and don’t want to bleach all the way to the roots.
Blue and grey mix
This colour combination is reminiscent of rainy skies, which makes it incredibly soothing and calm to look at, doesn’t it?
Photo: Abby Popelar/Pinterest