Changing the way your hair looks, whether in its cut or color, is a fun way to show off your personality, preferences, and style. This year’s TRESemmé Runway Ready event was all about stepping out of your comfort zone and putting your well-maintained color on display. What better way to create a look that’s unapologetically you?
To showcase its Pro-Color Series—a line of shampoos and conditioners geared at caring for and maintaining both pale and rich hues for a longer-lasting color—TRESemmé tapped fashion stylists Daryl Chang and Pam Quiñones as the creative directors for the Blonde Brilliance and Color Radiance lines.
Daryl’s collection featured fun, vibrant monochromatic ensembles to encapsulate the free-spirited personality and lightness of blonde hair. Pam’s lineup was made up of edgy, daring outfits that echoed the warmth of brown, red, and pink hair. Below, we rounded up top looks from the show that might just convince you to book an appointment with your favorite hairstylist and colorist ASAP.
1. A Slicked-Back Bob
All-around content creator Kim Jones is a chameleon when it comes to her hair, and this year, she unveiled the platinum blonde update to her sleek, short bob. After all, a bold dye job calls for a bold cut. To pull off this look, take cues from Kim by pairing the edgy ’do with a contrasting-colored outfit.
2. Textured Waves
Messy bed hair isn’t always a bad thing—It can give your look a cool girl nonchalance, even if you’ve achieved it with expert teasing techniques. In this case, the model’s ash brown dye with a purple undertone gives her long hair an earthy bohemian update that perfectly matches those prim and polished dresses we’ve all been favoring of late.
3. A Deep Side Part
Sleek on top with tresses swept aside in a cascade of waves creates a look that’s both modern and full of drama—perfect for an actress and favored fashion muse like Janine Gutierrez. With her rich brown hair color, Janine channels old Hollywood dressed in an all-black number that accentuates her curves and pumps up the glamour.
4. A Thick Fringe
Those with thick hair typically don’t cut their tresses above the shoulders (it’s their way to avoid frizz), but this doesn’t mean it’s impossible to pull off. You can make the volume of a thick, short ’do work for you by using a fringe to frame your face. Coloring it a pale blonde lightens it up and gives it a lift. Match the ’80s vibe by donning a sunny bodysuit with a pair of high-waisted trousers.
5. Fiery Curls
Curly hair can already stand out on its own, but dyeing it crimson can up the fashion cred of the softest curls. With this look, you can blur the lines between masculine and feminine, mixing structure with sinewy silhouettes.
6. Not Your Basic Lob
Laureen Uy is no stranger to playing with color when it comes to fashion and her hair. And for the Runway Ready show, she debuted her ginger blonde locks wearing a dark utilitarian jumpsuit that made her new hue pop even more. The trendy cut and color may not be as daring as her previous forays, but it’s flattering against an Asian complexion and gives skin a natural glow.
Check out more of the hairstyles and hair colors featured at the 2019 TRESemmé Runway Ready: Color the Runway event in the video below:
Before making the commitment to color your hair, It’s important to remember that it’ll need extra care to maintain the shade and vibrancy for longer. Protect your dye job with the new TRESemmé Pro-Color Series, which has an anti-fade, color-lasting technology that helps seal in the color for up to two times longer-lasting color*. For brown, red, or pink hair, try TRESemmé Pro-Color Series in Color Radiance to make your fiery and deep tones last longer. For blonde, ash, and platinum hair, go for TRESemmé Pro-Color Series in Blonde Brilliance that’s made with a purple formula to neutralize brassy tones, keeping your light-colored hair looking vibrant.
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*with regular system use, vs. other TRESemmé system.