Darker Hues for Colder Months
It’s that time of the year again, and as the colder months approach, so do new trends. It has been the norm for women with lighter locks to deepen their hues during the Fall and Winter seasons. Its a normal for women to add some warmth to their looks and pick up where the sunny weather left off. Some women take the plunge, while others choose to stay safe and stick with styles they’re used to.
“Bigen’s semi-permanent hair color is easy to apply, lasts around 6 to 8 shampoos, and does not contain any harsh ingredients like peroxide or ammonia; instead, it uses natural conditioners like honey, beeswax, and sunflower”
Ditch the bleach, because it looks like a favorite risk-taking starlet has! America’s normally fair-haired sweetheart, Kate Hudson has been rocking a shockingly darker hair color for her new movie being shot in New York City. Her switch to a darker tone after years of being a bubbly blond definitely agrees with her, and should give some of you ‘fraidy cats the courage to take a risk and go darker too.
For all of you commitment-phobes out there, try a semi permanent color from Bigen. I have used the Bigen product line before, but tried their permanent color in black (yes, I’m nuts). Let’s just say, my black tone has stayed true since it was colored nearly a year and a half ago! Their semi-permanent line is perfect for those who want to try something new, but not have to hassle with a harsh removal process when it’s time for a new change. Bigen’s semi-permanent hair color is easy to apply, lasts around 6 to 8 shampoos, and does not contain any harsh ingredients like peroxide or ammonia; instead, it uses natural conditioners like honey, beeswax, and sunflower.
Convinced yet? If Hudson’s look is too dark for your taste, there are other colors available as well. You don’t have to sacrifice yourself for a trend, instead, go with a darker hue that matches you. If you’re one of those who like a dramatic change every so often, try Bigen Semi-Permanent color in Darkest Brown. For those wanting a slight change, try Medium Warm Brown, it’s dark without being “too dark”- think warm rather than goth. Come on, try living life on the dark side, you know you want to!