Best suited to: Natural brunettes and red heads The look: Seamless placement of high and low lights has been important for some time, but this season the technique uses richer tones of both. Look to Olivia Palermo for inspiration. What to ask for: “Red heads should opt for velvet shades, burgundy hues and rich Aztec coppers. Brunettes should use a combination of colours to add depth – leather browns, hazelnut tones, matte conker and midnight black” explains Christel Lundqvist at HOB Salons. Where to go: HOB salons, from £44 for a Progression of Colour, nationwide, hobsalons.com
High Maintenance? 4/5. Your roots will need redoing every 6 weeks.
Best suited to: Anyone who wants to go red The look: Deep red tones give an instant vintage feel, think Karen Elson, Paloma Faith and Florence Welch. It will add a flash of colour, brightening up dark winter outfits.
What to ask for: Carolyn Newman, Colour Director at Charles Worthington, suggests asking for “many tones of different reds and coppers throughout dark blonde, light brown and brown hair”. If you want to go for an all-over colour, ask your hairdresser to layer a semi-permanent wash in deep red, burgundy or amet