Coachella sets the scene for festival fashion and when it comes to hair, there’s one stand-out trend women will be queuing up to emulate – blue hued hair.
Jourdan Dunn and Kylie Jenner both showcased bright blue tones as they partied with fellow A-listers at the LA festival. Kieron Fowles, creative director at Supercuts, comments on the must have colour trend and how to recreate the look.
“Festival season is a great time to experiment with fun hair trends, whether it’s a bold new colour or a chic braided style. Jourdan and Kylie’s statement colour choices have kicked off this year’s biggest trend and have got us excited for upcoming summer festivals in the UK.
“Kylie and Jourdan both opted for different tones of blue. Kylie’s is a bright turquoise that looks great when paired with loose textured waves, which are also a festival staple. The resulting look is almost mermaid-like and fits perfectly with the 70s fashion revival.
“Jourdan’s shade is more muted with a hint of chalky grey. This effect is really achievable in salon thanks to Wella’s Colour Touch Instamatic range that consists of six matte gloss finishes, including Ocean Storm which is a dead ringer of Jourdan’s colour. Working like a filter, Instamatic delivers a diffused colour finish that varies according to the hair it’s applied on – so your shade is unique to you. It is also semi-permanent, meaning you can really get creative with your look.
“For coloured hair it’s really important to nourish and restore your locks. Keep your colour looking great by using a moisturising and reviving shampoo and condition such as DESIGNLINE’s Ultimate Radiance Range. Your stylist will also be able to give you a personalised consultation recommending the best products for your hair type and lifestyle.’”
Supercuts believes that good looks cost less. With over 160 salons nationwide and no appointment necessary, guests can get great advice and style without the high-end price with colour services starting from £5.95*. For more information, please visit www.supercuts.co.uk.
*Colour slices start from £5.95.