Why Winter Berry Hair Is The Perfect Way for Brunettes to Play With Colour This Season

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This look is made for dark hair.

A new season  almost always inspires people to make changes in one way or another. For some, it means re decorating or re organising but for many Epic hair clients it means makeover time. If you fall into the last category, you’re in luck, because there are already several swoon-worthy hair-color trends surfacing on social media. We’ve obsessed with peach blondes throughout summer, however today, though, we’re here to delve into our latest hair-color obsession: winter berry.

Created by colour mastermind Heather, winter berry is a mesmerizing blend of deep purple and dark blue tones that’s modern, multidimensional, and ideal for anyone who wants to dip their toes in the world of colour trend. “Winter berry is the sister trend to the cranberry colors we saw in late fall,” says TruHair founder Chelsea Scott. “It’s a great way for dark brunettes and those with jet-black hair to get in on the purple trend without having to use bleach,” she adds.

Winter berry is especially flattering on those with cooler skin tones, though that doesn’t mean you can’t slay the trend if you’re on the neutral or warm side of the spectrum. Simply work with your colourist to find a specific colour blend that suits your complexion. Winter berry is also a gorgeous option for those with olive undertones. For naturally dark brown hair, the tone will be carried really well.

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