There are hair colors that look delicate and restrained. Honey blond for example, or Chestnut. And then there's hair color that really pops. Pink for example - or Burgundy, a strong shade of red, which is currently on trend and positively radiates confidence. It's also a grown-up, elegant look. We reveal which types of women the color suits and how to dye it.
Burgundy red hair? How to dye it
Brunettes can easily dye their hair burgundy themselves. Important: The initial hair color shouldn't be darker than the desired result when putting in a rinse. If you want a bigger change, you should consult a stylist who will make sure that the Burgundy will actually turn out the way you imagine it. Find a Schwarzkopf Professional stylist with our Salon Finder.
If you have medium brown or light brown hair, you can do your own color. Home dyeing is child's play with the right color. Tip: Give your hair extra care for two to three weeks in advance. Color doesn't last as well on dry hair, and the result is less shiny.
How to care for Burgundy hair
After using the rinse, apply the color sealer included in the pack. It makes the Burgundy shade shine more intensely and seals the hair cuticles that have been opened by dyeing. Red pigments are very small, which is why they wash out faster than other hair colors. To keep your hair a deep, radiant Burgundy for as long as possible, you can use products developed especially to care for dyed hair. They protect against fading and let the color shine for longer. Tip: For extra care, put on an intensive care mask once a week and leave it on for about 10 to 15 minutes.
These women wear Burgundy well
Trend color Burgundy is a warm shade. It suits women with a beige or olive complexion and brown or green eyes particularly well. As far as styling is concerned, choose clean, tailored outfits for a sophisticated look. Colors like black, ocher or dark emerald look great with Burgundy hair.