Why settle for just one bright hair colour when you can rock a rainbow instead?! Take inspiration from it-girl Irene Kim and embrace the kaleidoscope of a multi-tonal hair colour look.
Colourful hair: still a hot beauty trend
The rainbow hair colour trend has been on our radar for some time now. So seeing a trend-setter like Irene Kim work this look confirms our theory that the rainbow-coloured hair trend is perfect for girls with bold style! Irene's take on the rainbow trend is utterly current, thanks to her choice of colours. Her look features striking dark roots that are contrasted with a pretty peachy-orange shade. The colour then fades into a purple tone and finishes with fun bright blue tips. We're calling it – this look has 2017 festival-potential written all over it!
How style wear rainbow hair
With so much going on at once with a rainbow dyed hair look, your styling needs to remain simple in order to let the hair colour shine. To highlight the vast colour palette, it's best to opt for more loose styles and concentrate on playing up the texture and volume. For instance, on longer locks, a messy braid is fun because you'll be able to see all the different rainbow colours peeking through the sections of the braid. (Just be sure to fix the plait in place with a spritz of hairspray.)
How to take care of colorued hair
So you're ready to take the rainbow hair plunge! Just remember this bright and bold hair colour will require a commitment on your behalf in order to maintain both the tone and the condition of the hair. Start when you're in salon by asking your stylist for L'Oréal Professionnel's Smartbond, a three-step strengthening system designed to protect your hair during the colouring process. Then at home, you'll want to regularly use a colour-protecting shampoo and conditioner such as the . Every week, it's also advisable to swap in the occasional moisturising mask, to ensure your colour stays bright for as long as possible. Finally avoid over-styling your hair or excessive use of heat tools, as coloured hair is more prone to weakness and breakage. Remember - the better the condition of your hair, the better the rainbow colour is going to look!