5 super trendy hair colours for mums that are easy to pull off!
Mum's hair doesn't have to mean 'boring'. Take your pick from these five edgy new 'dos that are as trendy as they are flattering
Having fun with hair dyes isn’t a right reserved for teenagers. Have you ever seen someone sporting a cute bob in pastel hues, or a girl with long locks in vibrant shades and wondered if you could ever pull it off but never really had the guts to go for it?
Well, we’ve got some great news: ‘mum hair’ doesn’t have to be boring!
Here are five trendy and edgy mum-friendly hair colors to keep in mind the next time you visit the salon!
1. The Dip-dye
If you don’t really want to go all out just yet, the dip-dye trend may just be what the doctor ordered. Pick one to two vibrant shades and ask the stylist (or you can do it yourself!) to color just the bottom half of your hair. This works best for dark hair because it complements the striking colors perfectly.
2. Ash Ombre
The ombre trend is alive and well. An Ash ombre is chic and trendy but subtle. Working moms will love this style because it still screams ‘professional’ but with a touch of sass.
More mum-friendly edgy hairstyles on the next page!
3. Two-tone hair
For those who are keen on going on a more adventurous route, the two-tone hair trend is a good choice. Split your hair down the middle and use a different color on each side.
4. Light brown highlights
This may be the safest one on the list but that doesn’t make it any less stylish. Varying shades of light brown hues work for darker hair colors; you’ll be surprised just how much it brightens your face!
5. Rainbow bangs
Bold colors for Bangs aren’t always the go-to choice for mums but this trendy look is surprisingly easy to pull off! Ask your hair stylist to blend together several vibrant colors and dye your bangs thoroughly with it!
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