With the advent of summer comes a whole slew of opportunities, from vacations to outings to splurging on a new wardrobe. Why not change up your hairstyle while you’re at it? Many trends are arising this summer, which you may not want to miss out on. Luckily, we’re here to inform you of what these trends are and how you can join in on them yourself! Read on to learn all about them.


Blue is a seemingly underutilized hair color, despite its flexibility and ability to look great on just about anyone. Blue comes in such a large variety of shades that, if you are interested in trying out an unnatural hair color, you should be able to find the perfect hue for you. Furthermore, there are many ways to implement it into your locks, such as through a bit of peekaboo highlighting on your ends, covering your entire hair or streaking it through and blending it in with a cool shade of black. Either way, you’re sure to turn heads with hair of this color, as well as love the way it looks on you!



You may have heard of bronde hair. Ronze is essentially bronde’s counterpart but tailored toward those with naturally ginger locks. Much like blue hair, ronze is flexible enough to look great on anyone. While the style essentially consists of bronzy and coppery shades blended together, it can be altered, depending upon your skin tone. If you’re darker-skinned, you’ll want a much deeper version of this hair color. Paler people will want to go brighter. Ultimately, the shade of this particular look is up to you and your hairstylist!


Platinum Blonde

This is one hair hue that will never die out in terms of trendiness! While upkeep depends greatly on regular maintenance and a well-fortified supply of sulfate free shampoo and conditioner, you can easily make it work for you! Much like the other colors we’ve listed so far, platinum blonde isn’t limited to the snowy white you’ve most commonly seen. There are all sorts of shades for all types of skin tones, meaning you can experiment with as many hues as you want until you find the right one.



Named after their youthful inspiration, the natural highlighting found in children with blonde hair, babylights are a great way to try out highlighting, especially if you don’t have a lot of time to devote to regular maintenance. The best part of this coloring style is it will blend easily with your root color as you allow your hair to grow. Since babylights are more about technique than color, you can apply this look to any hair color imaginable. Just be sure to invest in a leave in conditioner for that small bit of maintenance you need to take care of!

No matter what style you end up going for, you must remember to invest equally in sun protection for hair in order to help your new style flourish. Feel free to contact us for more hair advice!