Get your daily dose of inspiration in fashion trends, women hairstyles and nail designs, find helpful makeup tutorials and bright hair color ideas tips on Fashionisers. Rose gold hair is one of the most compelling hair trends to hit social media nowadays. Why Should You Go Rose Gold? Is there a hair color more fun than blonde?
There is only one I can think of, and that’s pink! Rose gold hair combines the best of both of these colors, by creating a bright, and girlish style that is just unusual enough to stand out. Rose gold hair colors are an excellent choice for blondes that want to try something a little out of the box, without the commitment to a darker color that will be an extreme change, and won’t necessarily fade away nicely. If you are a brunette, it might require a wee bit more work, but you also have a lot of easier rose gold hair options! One of the best things about rose gold hair colors is how well they blend with other colors, both of the hair and of the skin. Pink is a little cooler, while gold is a little warmer, so together the combination will suit most skin types.
These colors also blend really well with other natural hair colors, like auburn, dark brown, and even ash. Style Although almost any shade of rose gold hair that you choose is likely to suit you, some variations on the color might work better than others. Warm Golds: Most rose gold hair colors lean closers towards the warmer side of things, with the pinks closer to peach, and the golds very yellow. This is very flattering on people who have warm undertones to their skin, but it actually won’t clash with cooler undertones, because they tend to lean a little pink anyway. Ash Blonde: The cooler take on rose gold hair is perfect for those who have cool undertones to their skin, or naturally cool undertones to their hair.
If your hair naturally leans towards ashiness, a purple-ish pink will hold much better, and will blend beautifully with your natural hair color! Balayage Highlights: The balayage look is in right now, because it looks more natural than an ombre, but it doesn’t damage the scalp or roots, and allows you wait longer between hair appointments. It’s the perfect choice for someone who has darker hair, and wants to avoid regular bleaching sessions. Since rose gold hairstyles go so well with almost any natural hair color, there is no reason not to keep you roots virginal, and just dyeing the lower half of your hair and a few strands near the front in the bright rose gold shades.