Send Nudes! Beige Blonde Hair Inspo To Match Your Fave Lippy
28 February 2019
Wondering what’s on the ‘hair menu du jour? Beige blonde hair is luminous and contrasting - to be seen but not too obviously is what this shade consists of. If you’re not a fan of rocking your birthday suit, try nude hair instead (a bit more publically appropriate). Derived from your favourite minimalist makeup trend, nude hair has proven to be the “It” hue as of late. We brought in Seniz Alkan, Senior Colourist at Neville Hair & Beauty to tell you all about this popular au naturel shade and exactly how to maintain it! It’s time to embrace being in the nude altogether, adorned on your head of course. Keep reading for the inspiration you’ve always needed in your life!
Why Is Beige Blonde Hair Colour Trending?
Lately, our Instagram feed has been flooded with photos of more natural-looking hair colours and we’re loving it. Trust us that nude hair will have you feeling anything but bar, as Seniz tells us...
“Beige blonde hair is the newest blonde colour on the market, which originated in the States, and is an advanced derivative of the ash blonde trend which was popular several seasons ago. The beauty of this trend is that it uses your natural colour to create contrast as opposed to using lowlights”.
Finally, a name for the gorgeous hair colour we’ve been seeing on our fave Hollywood stars.
The A-listers may have made this shade relevant, but that doesn’t leave it exclusively for them. With the help of your colourist, you too can have a bespoke nude hair colour. Another reason we’re seeing more and more of this hue is that it’s super low maintenance. We don’t know about you, but the combination of hair + low maintenance is the definition of what we look for. The technique, as Seniz mentions, involves using your natural colour to create contrast. What does that mean? The grow-out process is seamless and actually really pretty. Keep reading to know if you suit this hot new makeup-inspired trend!
Caught In Your Birthday Suit: Who Suits Beige Blonde Hair?
While we all look great in the nude (yay for body positivity), Seniz tells us that beige blonde hair suits some more than others.
“We recommend this colour service to people who have naturally light hair, such as blondes or light browns. Eye colour also plays an important role - lighter coloured eyes get better results”
Mirror, mirror on the wall, it appears nude hair suits the fairest of them all. The reason being, the whole allure of beige blonde hair is that it comes off more natural-looking and otherwise could have the opposite effect. That being said, we like breaking rules… nude hair on the right person with just the right amount of sass, is jaw-droppingly gorgeous.
How To Care For Your Beige Blonde Hair
Every blonde babe (natural or not) knows that having lighter hair means treating it with a little extra care. Luckily for you, we’ve brought in hair guru, Seniz to enlighten us. Here are our top tips on giving your nude hair the TLC they need.
1. Regular In-Salon Treatments To The Rescue
To keep your beige blonde hair fresh and fierce (two things golden-haired gals are notoriously famous for), it’s essential that you seek an in-salon hair treatment to restore your hair’s bonds.
“The best way to care for beige blonde hair is by ensuring regular bond restructuring treatments such as L’Oréal Professionnel’s Smartbond, which is designed to strengthen but also protect the hair whilst preventing any further damage”
2. Don’t Forget Your Purple Shampoo
One of the biggest culprits of lacklustre hair is brassiness. All blondes are well-versed in the wonders of purple shampoo. We love L’Oréal Professionnel Serie Expert Blondifier Cool Shampoo and conditioner. This product cleanses the hair of product build-up whilst neutralising yellow tones, ensuring your nude hair stays cool! Bye, bye brass!
3. Over-Washing Is A No-No
If having beige blonde hair is on the lighter spectrum for you, then there are some things you are going to need to get accustomed to. Firstly, you will notice your strands are a bit drier in texture than you’re used to. Sudsing up every day can lead to even drier hair - safe to assume this is not what you’re after. Get through the gritty days with dry shampoo as your ally - L’Oréal Professionnel Tecni.ART Morning After Dust dry shampoo is your hair saviour. Can we get a hair hallelujah?
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Just as you wouldn’t use the same moisturiser for your face and body, you shouldn’t use the same products for your hair lengths and roots. Experts advise to apply a hair oil or serum to the roots and a hair mask to your lengths for optimum results. L’Oréal Professionnel Mythic Oil Sérum de Force is enriched with Primrose Oil and leaves hair silky smooth. Massage your serum directly on your scalp and then use a hair mask throughout the lengths. L’Oréal Professionnel Serie Expert Blondifier mask was made specifically for your fair-haired self and it replenishes the hair whilst promoting multidimensional shine! Your nude hair will thank you.
We don’t know about you, but we’re sure in the mood for nude (hair, of course)!
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