Cranberry Red Hair is the Sauciest Winter Hair Color Trend


I have never been to change my hair so it's a very nose color for specific holidays throughout the year, but I have the greatest respect for those who do. Blac Chyna, for example, apparently went pumpkin-orange to Halloween this year, and it looked anything but costume-y. And now, with Thanksgiving just around the corner, it seems as if another seasonally suitable hair color turns off on lounges: cranberries.

Like cranberry sauce, much of the hair is labeled with #cranberryhair hashtag deep red that leaks almost fuchsia. More purple than a naturally beautiful brown-brown, reminds the maroon shadow of some other dark-red trends that have emerged over the past year, like mulled wine and red velvet, but lean even more towards magenta – just like the famous late November cabbage.

"If it does not give you Fall vibes, I do not know what's coming," Michigan-based painter Madison Carlisle writes and shares a photo of the living cranberry bob she gave her the client. Massachusetts stylist Rachel Christine included her process in a caption: "For this vibrant and healthy color change, I started with a color preparation Malibu treatment for a clean taste and shampooed without using conditioner. I completely wiped my hair and used different shades of Pravana Wild Orchid with some added cooler tones in the real orange / brassy areas and a little magenta for brightness on the light ends. "

If an all-over-cranberry color is a little too intense for your taste, other colors show how amazing the color tone looks like highlights and even umbrella.

Whether you're completely cranberry or incorporating it in your appearance with balayage, it's one thing clear: as perfect as this color is for your holiday, it will look amazing all year long.


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