How do you like your coffee in the morning? Whether it’s a strong and rich espresso or smooth latte, have you ever thought about how those creamy caffeine shades could inspire a hair colour? Sounds a little odd, we know, but this year coffee enthusiasts are taking their addiction to the next level and pairing it with their latest hair colour. From velvety flat whites to chestnutty mochas, deep espressos and even gingery-hued pumpkin spice lattes, there’s a colour to match every coffee craving if you’re creative enough. Think milk and honey hues for blondes, hazelnut shades for brunettes, and multifaceted deeper tones for darker colour palettes. So next time you’re off to a hair colour appointment, bin those celebrity inspired hair references and bring along your favourite caffeine hit instead. If you’ve got a good technician, they’ll be up for the challenge!Book the look
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