The Best Spring Hair Colours

2020 Spring Hair Trends at Hair Lab Hairdressers, Basingstoke

No matter if you’re a brunette, but want to try a different shade, or you have blonde hair and want a dramatic colour transformation for Spring, there’s an array of new & exciting hair shades to choose from!

Unsure about which hair colour you want to try? Let the hair colour experts at Hair Lab hair salon in Basingstoke explain the different shades & creative colouring techniques available.

To book your next hair colouring service in our Basingstoke salon, call us on 01256 700 670.

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Hand Painted Balayage

The change of season gives us the perfect opportunity to try a new hairstyle or colour! If you fancy a hair makeover, book in for a complimentary consultation with one of our talented hairdressers in Basingstoke.

We can give you beautiful hand-painted highlights in whatever shade works best for your complexion.  This might be a buttery blond toned balayage, red balayage or a vibrant fashion coloured balayage.

Power Colours

Springtime is the season when colour comes to life, so why not take the plunge and embrace a bright & vibrant hair colour? Our colour experts love to get creative and can create a youthful, trendy hair shade that is bespoke to you. Just check out this purple & blue hair colour for inspo – we LOVE it!

Beach Babe Blonde

As we head through Spring and towards Summer, we usually see more people lightening their hair. Lighter, beachy blonde tones & buttery blonde hues look great no matter if you have a cropped hair cut, mid-length hairstyle or long layers.  

Wear your hair with a centre parting and add a few waves to give it a relaxed, bohemian vibe, and you’ll have nailed this lovely Spring hair trend!  

Sombré Hair Colour

So, what is Sombré hair colour? With so many new & exciting colouring techniques around including balayage, sombre, ombré, roots stretching & colour melts to name but a few it can get a little confusing!

Well, in a nutshell, sombré offers a gentle blend of colour from root to tip which is less obvious than ombré – perfect if you are looking for low maintenance colour.