Only one to two percent of the world's population are redheads. So-called "gingers" are true speci alties. And who wouldn't want to be? That's probably what some hair stylists thought at the international fashion weeks and sent the models down the catwalk with a red shimmer in their hair. More and more celebrities are being inspired by this.
According to Alex Brownsell, the demand for copper tones and colorations in particular has increased. The celebrity stylist explains why to the online platform "bustle.com": "Warm, coppery tones are popular because they flatter and there is something for everyone thanks to their wide range of nuances."
But her colleague Rachel Bodt warns against using paint and brushes yourself: "Everyone is different and hairdressers have to match the color to the client's skin tone and eye color." The following applies: If you have a warm undertone, choose a golden copper, cooler types a reddish strawberry. To test the trend hair color, the expert recommends trying out a tint or a color shampoo first.
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The latter is also suitable for refreshing colored hair. According to experts, red fades faster than other colors. However, protective products can prevent washing out too quickly. In addition to shampoos and conditioners with color reflections, copper hair should be supplied with sufficient moisture. This allows it to retain its characteristic sheen.
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The famous wearers show how beautiful and versatile the hair trend is. Above all Kendall Jenner, who gave him an additional boost with her appearance at the Fashion Week in Milan. Contrary to assumptions that it was a wig or a temporary color for the Prada show, the model's type change continues to this day.
Actress Barbie Ferreira has also exchanged dark brown for copper, as she showed her Instagram followers at the end of last year. Since then she has been experimenting with short, long, straight or curly.
"Euphoria" colleague Sydney Sweeney has also jumped on the trend. The red shimmer gives your blonde additional freshness and comes into its own with the curly layered cut. The fans seem to like the new look: there were over four million likes on Instagram.
Speaking of curls: Serena Williams' mane has also recently shone in warm gold. The tennis star proves with his social media posts that coppers can't just wear fair skin types.