Style These 6 Hair Colour Trends Are Going to Be Huge in 2018

23:55  16 january  2018
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The Hidden Danger of Dry Shampoo You Don’t Know About – But Should

  The Hidden Danger of Dry Shampoo You Don’t Know About – But Should photo credit: shutterstock Is dry shampoo bad for your hair? Dry shampoo is not new, but it recently started popping up on every girl's bathroom shelf again. It's a dream come true product for anyone who doesn't have the time to shower and wash their hair every day (because who cares how you smell as long as your hair doesn't look greasy, right?). But is dry shampoo bad for our luscious locks? However convenient it may be, using it daily could be damaging your hair. So make sure you read this before you skip the shampoo and conditioner for the fourth day in a row. (These are some of the other worst things you can do for your hair.) Here's what dry shampoo is actually doing to your hair Oil and dirt build up at the roots of your hair every day, so it would make sense to use a dry shampoo in between washes. It is meant to absorb that oil and make your hair look fresh, dry, and full. But, it's might not actually be helping your hair to remove the buildup of oil and dirt. Some suspect that dry shampoo only smothers it. In order for your hair to stay healthy, the impurities need to be removed from your scalp through a proper wash so that the hair follicle can breathe. Not only does dry shampoo clog the hair follicle, but it also absorbs the natural oils that your scalp needs to be healthy. The oil should be removed with water and soap to remain healthy, not masked with dry shampoo.

Just when you thought the ombre of yesteryear would never go away, a new slew of trends are here to inspire your 2018 colour refresh. Celeb inspo: Fergie. Best on: Fair, medium or dark skin tones, all hair types. Upkeep: This colour trend is very easy to maintain.

From rose gold to ashy platinum to bright copper, here are six hair colour trends 2018 will defs be serving up. You’re going to love seeing these all over your Insta feed this year.

Just when you thought the ombre of yesteryear would never go away, a new slew of trends are here to inspire your 2018 colour refresh.

We spoke with Garnier colour expert Roger Medina to find out his six favourite shades that are trending now, along with key maintenance tips and celebs inspo for each. You’re going to love seeing these all over your Insta feed this year.

Bright copper

Hair trends 2018: Madeline Brewer in copper: (Photo: Getty Images)© Used with permission of / © Rogers Media Inc. 2018. (Photo: Getty Images)

Celeb inspo: Madeline Brewer

Best on: Fair skin tones, all hair types

Upkeep: “Bright colours do fade quicker than traditional colours,” says Medina. He recommends washing your hair in cool water every two to three days using a colour shield shampoo and conditioner paired with a leave-in conditioner or a mask once a week.

'Every morning, I would wake up to clumps of hair all over my pillow.'

  'Every morning, I would wake up to clumps of hair all over my pillow.' By Madeleine Compion I first got Alopecia Areata five years ago, when I was 29 years old. It was when my husband and I made the decision to immigrate to Australia from South Africa. Some specialists refer to this as the triggering event – a really stressful situation that may trigger the start of Alopecia. … ContinuedI first got Alopecia Areata five years ago, when I was 29 years old. It was when my husband and I made the decision to immigrate to Australia from South Africa. Some specialists refer to this as the triggering event – a really stressful situation that may trigger the start of Alopecia.

Purple will be huge this year. 2018 has just begun, but it's already possible to spot what hair colors are going to be big this year. Celebrity colorists can predict which shades are going to be requested the most in salons across the country by seeing what their famous clients ask for.

2018 is going to be filled with these hair trends featuring low maintenance short cuts, easy bangs, and. 2018 is going to be all about embracing natural, no-fuss textures with fresh, interesting haircuts . It’s going to be the year of the unabashedly un-done and effortlessly stylish.

Light bronde

Hair trends 2018: Emma Roberts in light bronde: (Photo: Getty Images)© Used with permission of / © Rogers Media Inc. 2018. (Photo: Getty Images)

Celeb inspo: Emma Roberts

Best on: Fair skin tones, all hair types

Upkeep: This colour is low maintenance, but to kick up the shine Medina suggests using a hydrating shampoo and conditioner, like Garnier Whole Blends Oat Delicacy. Bonus: when your hair is hydrated, your colour will last longer.

Ashy plantium

Hair trends 2018: Kim Kardashian in ashy platinum: (Photo: Getty Images)© Used with permission of / © Rogers Media Inc. 2018. (Photo: Getty Images)

Celeb inspo: Kim Kardashian

Best on: Fair, medium or dark skin tones, medium to thick hair

Upkeep: This colour is very high maintenance. “My holy grail for this colour is Fructis Damage Eraser shampoo and conditioner paired with a Fructis Hair Treats used as either a leave-in or a mask,” says Medina. He also recommends working a purple shampoo and conditioner into your routine once a week to tone down brassiness.

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  Teen With Alopecia Asks Mum To Paint Head For Breathtaking Photoshoot Celebrating Her Baldness A 17-year-old with alopecia has stuck two fingers up to narrow beauty standards in a captivating photoshoot which sees her display her bald head with pride. Madisyn Babcock, from Kansas, asked her mum, who is an artist, to paint flowers on her head for the shoot, which she hopes will raise awareness of the condition and “reclaim the beauty that society sometimes takes away from those with hair loss”.The photos - taken by photographer Chelsea Taylor - are nothing short of stunning.“I was truly astonished when I saw the results,” Madisyn tells HuffPost UK.

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We spoke with Garnier colour expert Roger Medina to find out his six favourite shades that are trending now, along with key maintenance tips and celeb inspo for each. You’re going to love seeing these all over your Insta feed this year.

Rose gold

Hair trends 2018: Hailey Baldwin in rose gold: (Photo: Getty Images)© Used with permission of / © Rogers Media Inc. 2018. (Photo: Getty Images)

Celeb inspo: Hailey Baldwin

Best on: Fair or medium skin tones, medium to thick hair

Upkeep: This colour takes a little bif of upkeep but is still manageable. Medina recommends using cool water to wash your hair every two to three days with a colour-safe shampoo and conditioner infused with oil and antioxidants.

Black lowlights

Hair trends 2018: Fergie in black low-lights: (Photo: Getty Images)© Used with permission of / © Rogers Media Inc. 2018. (Photo: Getty Images)

Celeb inspo: Fergie

Best on: Fair, medium or dark skin tones, all hair types

Upkeep: This colour trend is very easy to maintain. “After you shampoo and condition your hair, I’d suggest using Fructis Moisture Lock 10-in-1 Leave-In Spray, but apply it only on the middle and ends of your hair to help preserve colour,” Medina says.

Multi-tonal neutral brown

Hair tends 2018: Mandy Moore in multi-tonal brown: (Photo: Getty Images)© Used with permission of / © Rogers Media Inc. 2018. (Photo: Getty Images)

Celeb inspo: Mandy Moore

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Now, because I know some of you are going to say it, yes, these are all variations on existing Created by Aura Friedman – the patron saint of unicorn hair – this jewel-inspired trend is meant to mimic the multifaceted color of an opal. The Top 7 Swimwear Styles to Know for Summer 2018 .

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Best on: Fair, medium or dark skin tones, all hair types

Upkeep: “I love this colour because it’s universal and very low maintenance,” says Medina. He suggests using a gentle shampoo and conditioner that won’t strip your hair’s natural oils or break down the colour.

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