Get the look: Summer’s coolest festival hair is tinted Rose Gold. Summer is the season of music festivals, so what better time to try out some fun festival looks? Rose gold is the colour of choice, so check out this hairstyle step-by-step to recreate the look at home!
Summer is the season of music festivals, so what better time to try out some fun festival looks? Rose gold is the colour of choice, so check out this hairstyle step-by-step to recreate the look at home!
First we had grey hair, then came balayage, millennial pink and unicorn hair – all daring hair colour trends that caught our collective attention over summer-festival seasons in the past. But there’s a new festival hair trend that’s going to rule the music scene this summer: rose gold. This dreamy shade is trending, and it’s already dominating our Pinterest boards and Instagram accounts for good reason: It’s a more subtle take on the electric festival makeup we’ve seen in years past. The shimmery tone joins the ranks of cool hairstyles noted on multiple celebs, while the beauty of this shade can easily be adapted to either lighter or deeper tones, depending on your own personal style.
Festival hair is meant to be fun, so if you’re looking for some hairstyle ideas that will fit the vibe of your festival makeup look, a spray-on formulation gives you the best of both worlds: You can be spontaneous with your beauty look yet not feel like you’re married to it. Even better news? Natural rose gold tones can enrich dull blonde colour and give your skin a pretty glow. For a makeup tutorial on how to create this hairstyle step-by-step, we enlisted the help of beauty influencer _____ to show us how it’s done!
A critical step: you want the rose gold on your hair, not the rest of your body! Shake well before each use so the product is properly mixed before application.
Hold the can four to six inches from your dry hair, and start at the back of your head; section it and then spray with L’Oréal Paris Colorista Spray in Rose Gold from the middle of the hair to the tip. Expert tip: Remember, less is more! Overspraying may cause your hair to feel slightly dry, so your best bet is to try a small amount first and then assess how deep you want the colour to be.
Continue spraying the hair colour on one-inch sections of hair around your entire head to frame your face.
Wait a few minutes to let the temporary hair colour dry and set properly.
This gorgeous festival hair colour is visible on all hair types and washes out with just one shampoo. So whether you’re hitting up a big event or a major music fest this summer, you’ll walk into the park grounds with the hottest summer hair.
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