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Rose Gold Hair Is The New Colour We're All Lusting After

Rose Gold Hair Is The New Colour We're All Lusting After

The New Year is a perfect time to refresh your look, and nothing screams January quite like undergoing a major hair colour transformation.

Food-based colour trends like 'White Chocolate Mocha' and 'Strawberry Creme' were popular in 2019, but with the roaring 20s upon us, we're exploring a shimmering luxe hue.

Rose Gold was a popular metal during the late 00s and early 10s, which modernised jewellery trends as well as household décor and furniture.

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Yet, the metallic shade is a gorgeous option for your coif other than pastel or balayage this year, with it being both glamorous and punky in equal measure.

To get the look, Tyla spoke to Ami McPartlin, award-winning bridal hair specialist and colourist, about how best to achieve this warm metallic tone.

"Rose gold hair colour trend is ever growing because of its ability to suit any skin tone," she said. "This warm almost metallic look is achievable with the right base.

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"You would need to be a dark blonde or brighter to start your journey to glowing goddess. Highlighted hair would add beautiful texture and dimension to the look, making it glimmer and reflect in the light."

However, if you were planning on trying this at home, a word to the wise: don't.

The award-winning hairdresser explained that to avoid "the yellow brass look" you'll need to visit your local salon to get your hair lightened professionally.

The expert technique involved in achieving this look could mean you're stuck in the stylist's chair for hours, and in a bid to prevent the frequency of your visits, Ami said home toners will be your BFF.

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She shared: "The combination of tones for this look include a sumptuous mauve, warm copper and glamorous gold but like any artificial warm colours, the tone can fade rather quickly.

"A pro tip to stay on top of the game is to use a home toner once every fortnight. These are non-permanent conditioning colour deposits that add the warm golden gloss back into the hair."

Although the colour pay-off is absolutely second to none, Ami advised that those dipping their head into the Rose Gold hair colour trend should invest in a "colour save shampoo along with a moisturising conditioner".

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Hairdresser Ami McPartlin shared her expert advice on how to achieve this look (Credit: Instagram/Amimcpartlin_hairstylist)
Hairdresser Ami McPartlin shared her expert advice on how to achieve this look (Credit: Instagram/Amimcpartlin_hairstylist)

If you're wondering how to style your look, the hair expert said to try styling the colour with "effortless undone boho waves or a soft ponytail" to showcase the multi-dimensional hue.

The Irish stylist added that working your mane into a sleek Hollywood wave would also display the freshly coloured coif off perfectly.

Ami explained: "The neat, structure and high shine from the smooth wave adds a mirror-like reflection to this metallic tone."

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The Irish stylist said to avoid
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Whatever way you style this look it's sure to turn heads and ask questions.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/notanothersalon/experiencehairdesign

Topics: Hair and Beauty, Style News, Hair

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Lisa McLoughlin

Lisa is a freelance journalist working for Tyla and the team's token Dubliner. After graduating with a MA in PR and Digital Marketing from D.I.T., she worked for MailOnline, Sun Online, Irish Independent and broadcaster RTÉ. Got a story of interest or want advice on how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness? Then email her at [email protected]