There is a change in the air, and your clients are feeling it too. The weather is getting warmer, Daylight Savings Time recently started, and the days are getting longer. There is an excited anticipation for the impending Spring and Summer season.
With the seasons and indeed the world transforming before our eyes, many of your clients will be ready for a brand new hairstyle. We gathered some of the best hair color trends for moving into the Spring. Below, explore the possibilities and the Spring hair color trends to have on your radar!
Has Kendall Jenner gone red? She sure has! As we enter the spring and shake off the winter doldrums, it is time to think about positive changes people can make for themselves as the weather warms. The world has been through the wringer in the last two years, and the chaos does not seem to be stopping anytime soon. With a pandemic that has been dragging on for seemingly ever and the political unrest in Ukraine, we are all ready for something new and improved. As a stylist, you may not be able to control the entire world, but there is no easier way to offer someone a change than with a new hair color. FHI Heat is ready to help you dazzle your clients with the best colors for 2022.
For all of you who enjoy your curls, take it one step further this year by adding highlights to the ends of the curls. Although some clients worry that they might lose the curl pattern, they really can have their cake and eat it too in this case. Just choose the curls you wish to highlight and paint on the color. Easy peasy. Your clients will be amazed at their fresh new look.
Although as a stylist you have probably done your share of icy blonde highlights, times are changing in 2022. Instead of icy blondes, clients will be asking for warm blonde highlights to follow the trends. Plan on doing strawberry blonde, golden blonde, or honey blond hair in warm tones to help your clients follow the stars.
Cali-cool highlights are also all the rage for 2022. Overall, this look features dark or natural colors, with a few strategically placed highlights that you and your client will discuss. Generally, these would frame the face, or be at the ends of hair, or in the natural part. Your advice will definitely be appreciated in making Cali-cool highlights shine.
As you can assume from the term baby, with baby lowlights you will work with smaller sections of hair, creating more natural transitions. You will create the feeling of a one-tone color for your client rather than a blend. You can utilize this look most successfully if you are helping a client make a significant transition.
Deep warm tones are in for 2022, and the year’s most prominent color will be auburn. Start with a rich chocolate undertone, and add richness and color with copper or cherry highlights for your clients. Because warmer shades tend to require less maintenance, your clients will have more time for your spring and summer adventures if you go in this direction.
When your clients make the move to color their hair, you will want to do everything you can to help them keep the color flowing. FHI Heat is here to help you every step of the way as you teach your clients how to take care of their color-treated locks.
The best thing you can do for your clients when you color their hair is to apply our 3 step treatment, Neo Bond. The first two steps are applied while you color the hair, and our special formula will replicate and fortify bonds while they nourish your client’s hair. Send step three home with your clients, a conditioning formula that will continue to nourish while it offers health and shine.
Another way to help your clients take care of their color-treated hair is to suggest our Satin Finish Conditioning. Our residue-free silk-infused conditioning treatment will prepare and protect hair from thermal and environmental damage. This conditioner is made from silk proteins and hydrolyzed silk and will penetrate deeply to your hair’s cortex.
Finally, when you do a blowout for a client who has color-treated hair, it is imperative that you help them learn how to protect their heat from thermal damage. Our Protective Prep and Primer is a spray-on and leave-in conditioner that protects your client’s hair from the power of the hair dryers. This safeguards hair from stretching and breaking and makes it more resilient.
As you well know, nourishment is the name of the game for color-treated hair and FHI Heat will help you create beautifully hydrated hair for your clients. Use our state-of-the-art products to create vibrant, shiny, healthier hair for your clients, as you help them buy into the trends of 2022.
Do you know the optimal temperature range you should be using to not only style your hair, but to protect your hair from unnecessary damage?
Different hair types call for different temperatures on your flat iron or curling iron to ensure your tresses can withstand daily use.