Some are the happiest when it pours outside. The smell of wet soil and fresh grass is just refreshing. While some others absolutely hate rains for the dirty puddles and not getting to step outside the entire day. You can love rains or hate rains, but none can escape the great indian monsoons.
Every season comes with it’s set of trending hair colours - temporary hair colours, permanent hair colours, semi permanent hair colours and more. Same goes for the terrific monsoons, too. If you’re the happiest when it pours outside, hair colours can add to your happiness. If you’re the gloomy one, when it rains cats and dogs otuside, hair colouring can jazz up your mood.
So, in this blog, we will tell you about all the best hair colours to sport in monsoon as well as hair colour tips to make your hair look more beautiful this monsoon season! What are we waiting for? Let’s get started!
Make the monsoon season count with these 10 hair colours
Add a colourful cheery vibe to the monsoons with these hair colours cooler than your natural hair colour.
1. Golden Balayage
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Go for this brilliant golden balayage on your brown hair to give off a beautiful, sunny vibe!
2. Chocolate Truffle
This pretty chocolate truffle shade is never out of style- not even in the monsoon!
3. Blonde with dark roots
Wheat blonde hair with shadowed roots will have a brilliantly bright vibe- enough to lift everyone’s spirits!
4. Strawberry Blonde hair colour
This adorable strawberry blonde shade gives a fine cheery vibe!
5. Chestnut Brown
Chestnut Brown hair colour is as bubbly as it is beautiful! Add caramel highlights to give off an even more stylish vibe!
6. Ash Brown
This cool shade of ash brown - highlights, lowlights or even a global hair colour, will make you look as pleasant as ever!
7. Ombre hair colour in Balayage
This warm ombre balayage look will make you look stunning and jovial!
8. Rainbow Hairdo
Want to go for something bolder? Go for this rainbow hairdo! This will add that extra cheery vibe to you and everything around you!
Pastels are as pretty as they are confident. Go for mint green or pale turquoise for this monsoon season! Or, if you want to go bold but want to keep it simple at the same time, try a pastel rainbow!
10. Black Cherry Red
This black cherry red hair colour will, no doubt, add a glamorous touch to your look!
Now that we’ve discussed all the beautiful hair colours to flaunt in the monsoon season, let’s quickly go through some colored hair tips to make your hair look more beautiful in the monsoon!
5 Coloured Hair Tips for the Monsoons
Here’re are a few tips for you to look into while colouring your hair using a permanent hair colour or temporary hair colour - from the categories of hair colours for men and hair colours for women, during the monsoon season.
- Use colour-protecting shampoo and conditioner. Going out during monsoon with permanently coloured hair can make your hair colour bleed out and look faded. Therefore, to keep your hair fresh and bright, use colour-protecting shampoos and conditioners!
- Colour your hair bright. Choosing a bright temporary hair colour - blue hair colour, purple hair colour, red hair colour, burgundy hair colour and more, for your hair in this monsoon season will add a fun vibe to you and make your hair look even prettier!
- Condition your hair thoroughly! Monsoon rains will make your hair dry and dull. So, you must condition your hair regularly and keep it fresh! Apart from this, you should also put on hair masks to nourish your permanently coloured hair.
- Oil your hair regularly! It is super necessary to regularly oil your hair in the monsoon if you want to get rid of the damage caused by the monsoon rains and keep your hair colour fresh, always.
- Go for hair spas. This is important if you want to keep your hair healthy, fresh, and beautiful. This will keep your tresses soft and silky and make up for the damage the season brings in.
Since you know all about how to colour and groom your hair in the monsoons now, we’re hoping you’d have an exciting and colourful monsoon break!
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