In the fast-moving world of hair colour, it seems a new – and even more interesting – look emerges almost every day.
And while brightly-coloured tresses have been seen out for a while now, the latest variation to hit Instagram is a combination called ‘fruit juice hair’.
The colour is a concoction of berry hues blended with softer peach tones, layered over a brighter red base.
‘I’m not sure what to call this,’ wrote the stylist credited with creating the new colour known as fruit juice hair (pictured)
The stylist credited with creating the trend, Alisha McAlister, posted a photo to her own Instagram account presenting the new look:
‘I’m not sure what to call this!’ she wrote. ‘It’s a mix of blended fruit colours.
‘I started this hair colour thinking I was doing a simple base and tone. Then my amazing client surprised me! She said: ‘I want something different!”
The colours used to create this look are a mix of berry hues blended with softer peach tones
She describes the colour as pops of violet and red mixed with pastel shades to create a vibrant, and multilayered look.
Other big hair colour trends to hit of the past few years include unicorn-coloured hair – of which there have been many variations – and grey-hued locks.
Although there’s no sign of the multi-coloured magical hair trend slowing down, a new version has started to emerge.
A colour called Hollywood Opal (pictured) – a blend of pastel and opalescent shades – offers a modern update on the unicorn style
The grey hair trend is also one that looks very much set to continue in 2018
According to Allure, a colour called Hollywood Opal – a blend of pastel and opalescent shades – is an on-trend update of the brightly-coloured style.
‘Think of it as a more softer, subtle, shinier version of unicorn hair mixed with Old Hollywood soft waves,’ one stylist wrote on an Instagram post.
The grey hair trend is also one that looks very much set to continue in 2018.
Previously grey shades have ranged from steely metallics through to bluer tones, but currently, there’s a move toward softer hues that range between ash blonde and silver.