Just when you thought we’ve gone ombréboard with all the toned-down, of trends and warm, hair colors we've been seeing for the season, we spied yet another dye job that's not only on point for fall, but may also be the next big hair trend.
Folks, get into pagenta, a blend of magenta and purple. Jamie Sea, a Connecticut–based hairstylist, shared a photo of a client who went from three-inch black roots and blonde ends to a head of hair that would make squeal with joy. And, yes, it’s attention-grabbing without question.
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"The [client] that came in wanting this color had three inches of regrowth at a level 2 (almost black) and highlighted blonde ends," Sea told Allure, mentioning that the pagenta hue is best seen on a level 8-10. Quite a way to go. Super dark hair like this needs to be prelightened, Sea says, to make sure the purple shows up at full intensity.
"In the regrowth area, I used Wella CT 33/66 13 volume. [For] the mids and ends of her hair, I used Wella CT 55/66 10 volume," said Sea. "I integrated lowlights of Pravana purple in foils to add extra levels of dimension." To keep the color vibrant, Sea suggests waiting "48 hours before shampooing to allow the color oxidation to completely adhere to the cuticle. A shampoo I personally recommend to keep longevity of this color would be used once a week. I love this color for this time of year because it screams fall. Rich plum hues for the win!"
This specific shade combo can actually work best on...everyone! That means it’s appropriate for work and play, plus it isn’t too gimmicky.
“It’s all about the shade of choice and the contrast. Think about how this can work not just for all hair colors but also all ages,” Leah Freeman, global healing color director for, told Allure. “Professionals are the ones wearing purple and pink ombre hair 2018 it. Whether it’s the bar or the boardroom, we’re seeing it everywhere.”
So, yes, real people can wear it. But (and there’s always a but), "Choosing the right shade and intensity is the battle. Have your salon professional show you the different levels of intensity,” says Freeman.
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