2020 is a new year and a new decade, making it the perfect time to debut a beautiful new hair color. Make a change you’ve been thinking about for some time or spontaneously spice up your look to look better and feel better in the new year. Use this list of the hottest hair color trends for 2020 as a starting point for your next look.
A Guide to 2020 Hair Trends
1. Shadow Roots
Anyone who likes to let a little bit more time than recommended pass between hair dye appointments will love this year’s trend of shadow roots. This look is achieved by dying your roots a darker shade than the rest of your hair to create a contrast. It works well with a light blonde or honey blonde hair color.
3. Silver Blonde
While dramatic silver locks have been trendy in recent years, 2020 will see many more women opting for more easily maintained silver-blonde shades. This cool version of light blonde has silver undertones and requires purple shampoo to keep the color fresh and bright.
2. Chocolate Brown
As trends shift away from blonde highlights, natural brunettes are opting for a more natural dark chocolate color. If you still want highlights, try a milk chocolate brown with soft lightening around your face and at the mid-shaft and ends of your hair.
4. Caramel or Red Highlights
Brunettes who want bright and warm overtones are predicted to opt for caramel or red highlights in the upcoming year. Caramel colors lighten your hair with a less-stark contrast than blonde alternatives, while golden, copper, and auburn can add a subtle touch of reflective red color.
If your love of the trendiest hair colors and styles extends beyond your own look, consider enrolling in cosmetology classes at Jupiter Beauty Academy in Boston, MA. This beauty school prepares students to earn their cosmetology licenses, teaching them to become qualified beauticians. If you prefer having your hair done for you, visit the school’s salon to have it done by current students and their supervising beauticians. Find out more about their cosmetology school online or call (617) 288-1811 to speak to a representative.