We’ve seen plenty of versions of it and more recently Blorange (Blood Orange).
Rose Gold and Blorange. What’s the difference? Rose Gold is lighter and mauve so it blends easier into your natural hair.
While Blorange is warmer and peachier, like a beautiful sunset on your hair. Why should you try one of these hair trends? We’ve got 14 reasons right here.
Team Rose Gold
1. It’s a new take on the traditional pixie cut
Move over Platinum Blonde. Say hello to Rose Gold. Pixie cuts are boyish and edgy. Now just image it in Rose Gold one?
Girly with a boyish edge.
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2. You can try the melting technique
If you’re eyeing Rose Gold but not sure how well it will suit you, then the melting technique is an option. You can choose a hue that's close to your natural hair. The result is a subtle tint.
3. You can colourombre
Imagine a lovely burgundy blending into a soft rose? Imagine no more. Now’s the time to experiment to your heart's content with two beautiful, shiny hair shades.
Best of both worlds.
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4. It gives your hair dimension
If you’re eyeing Rose Gold but not sure how well it will suit you, then the melting technique is an option. You can choose a hue that's close to With Rose Gold, you get a rainbow of colours that work well together. You get a bit of brown, copper and pink, depending on how you flip your hair. Leave your roots dark and you’re set to look like a mermaid.
Rosy hair. Rosy cheeks. Do it like an Olsen twin.
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5. Gives your locks a well-deserved rest
If you’re blonde and you’re transitioning back to brown then this is a win for you. Say hello to an ideal shade to blend you between your different hair colours.
Rosy. Brown. Gorgeous.
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6. Because bobs are gold - even better in rose gold
If you’re blonde and you’re transitioning back to brown then this is a win for you. Say hello to an ideal shade to blend you between your difBobs are a great option this season. They’re low maintenance, keep your cool and accentuate your face. A shade of Rose Gold gives a chic and sexy finish to this simple look. It’s guaranteed to turn heads. What’s not to love?
Short and oh so rosy.
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7. If you’ve ever craved a hidden hairstyle, now’s the time
An undercut is a great way to test a colour. If you don't want a head full of gold, you can colour a part of your hair that's easy to cover-up. If you want to show it off, you can simply tie up your hair in a ponytail.
8. Looks good on ladies with skin that’s warm toned
In case you’re wondering where you fall, start off by reading this: How to use the right hair colour
Blorange tones look amazing against both warm and lighter tones. If you’ve got a warmer skin tone, Blorange gives your complexion a golden dewy finish.
Hair so peachy.
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9. You only need to refresh the look every 4-6 weeks
Blood orange tones are gorgeous, we don’t have to convince you. However, all good things need maintenance. Be sure to book a hair gloss refresher treatment every 4-6 weeks to keep the look in tip-top shape.
Do it like Gigi.
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10. It softens your features
The different tones that Blorange come in are all you’ll ever need to look like a summer babe. With mascara, eyeliner and nude/pink lip, you’re set to hit the road.
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11. Blorange and curls look great together
Soft pastels like the hues you get in blood orange look amazing when paired with curls or waves. So if you’re naturally curly, you’ll love this trend.
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12. You can easily switch from Blorange to Rose Gold
Even after a few washes, Blorange tones still look good. They simply fade out into Rose Gold.
13. Blorange today, gone tomorrow
You don’t have to commit to Blorange forever if it’s not for you.
Tip: If you try Blorange and completely fall in love with it, colour your hair in multiple layers to maintain it for longer.
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14. You can forget the rules
The beauty of this trend is that you have a rainbow of colours on your hair that suit each other well. You can colour your entire head, mix the hues or apply the colour in highlights or dip dye.
Tip: If not ready to go full-blown Blorange, opt for highlights around your face, for an instant lift.
Whether you prefer Rose Gold or Blorange, there's a hue for you. We want to know if you’ve tried one of these trends. Tell us on our Facebook page: