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Trend: Hot Hair Color – Sweet Meches

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The Sweet Meches hair coloring technique is the amazing new way to bridge the gap between traditional foils and hand painted balayage. It’s the perfect way to achieve a natural and polished Summer look. The best part is that all hair colors respond great to this technique!

Along with Sweet Meches, find out what our hair experts are trend forecasting for Fall 2013!

Fall 2013 Trend  Forecast

Harsh foil lines and extreme ombrés are out! Whatever you do this Fall, think natural and effortless. The sweet meches technique, balayage, and hand painted peek-a-boo highlights are Sorella approved!

1. Blondes

Blondes are child-like, sun-kissed, and high shine. A few peek-a-boo highlights, but no harsh foil lines. Beige blondes and strawberry blondes are hotter than ever!

2. Brunettes

The Fall 2013 Brunette is very dark with chocolate inspired highlights. We will likely still see accents of beige and caramel.

3. Redheads

Redheads are sunny and have tone on tone highlights. We are seeing lots and lots of copper. Copper is hot!

4. Bold Color

For our bold color lovers, we will still be seeing the “my little pony” trend with pastels of all shades. We suggest if you’re going to do this that you go all out and dye the entirety of your hair as opposed to a few highlights. Go big or go home!

 

Contributor – Sweet Meches: Helen

Contributor – Trend Forecast: Jacquelynn

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Hello,
    Excellent post.New trend for hair color.nice information about Hot Hair Color – Sweet Meches.Thanks for posting.

    August 8, 2013

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