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The Hair Colours To Know For Winter 2022, From Copper Tones To Cosy Blonde

Kate Moss has got us lusting after ‘Glow lights’, a mix of beige and golden tones, set against ashy hues, to “radiate the glow you get with a ring light in front of you,” the model’s colourist Nicola Clarke told GLAMOUR.

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Finally, dopamine beauty‘s love affair with mood-boosting bright makeup has filtered down into hair. Taking the current Barbiecore trend to the next level, pink hair is having a moment. Celeb stans include Dua Lipa, Naomi Osaka, Megan Fox and JLo. For a similar shade to Dua Lipa’s – minus the commitment – try Bleach London’s The Big Pink Super Cool Colour, a semi-permanent colour mask that imparts a hot pink colour to pre-lightened hair in just 30 minutes. While Olaplex No. 8, a 4-in-1 restorative mask infused with bond building technology, remains a GLAMOUR editor-recommended favourite as it delivers intense moisture, added volume, smoothness, body and shine to all coloured hair. It’s also a good idea to switch to sulphate free shampoos to maintain the freshest colour result.

If you’re not quite ready for a full-on colour shift, mix things up with a new style and give these braids a go, or amp up your hair accessories. According to the latest Pinterest data, searches for clips are up by 930%, while scrunchies are up a staggering 6309%.

Want more colour inspo? Scroll down to admire all the brilliant hair colour trends we can’t wait to try – from subtle to bold and everything in between…

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