Hair color trends are always on the move, and our sensors have been picking up on a new shade that seems to be threatening rose gold as the season's must-have hair color. Introducing "blorange", a pink-peachy-orange-sunset shade that looks decidedly summery. Time for a blorange close-up.
We'll have a serving of blorange with our spring/summer 2017 cocktail, thank you very much...
How is blorange different from rose gold?
The difference between blorange and its cousin rose gold is slight but you can tell them apart. Blorange, due to its orange hues, is somewhat warmer than rose gold, which is more of a pinky color with very subtle mauve undertones. Experts recommend that complexions with warm undertones will especially suit blorange, although any skin tone can look great with blorange as long as the right hues are incorporated.
How to get blorange hair
Blorange is such a unique shade that your best bet is to get a professional hair stylist - someone who is professionally trained in the art of hair coloring - to do it for you. Then, once you've got your perfect shade of blorange, you can pop back between colors for a personalized color top-up with the tone-on-tone semi-permanent Dia Light hair color by L'Oréal Professionnel. It fades out gradually, so you don't have to worry about any roots showing.