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The biggest hair color to try this spring is “Root Play” – and it’s easy to see why

We’re always looking for new ways to play with our look. So it only makes sense for experts to say that “root play” is something that we are very much going to see this spring. Roots are always a big talking point in general – how to dye them or not to dye them, that is the question – but this hair color trend can be the happy medium between full grown and freshly made color. “While balayage will always remain a top color trend, I see an evolution in terms of the starting point for color,” noted hairdresser Aura Friedman told POPSUGAR. “The balayage color usually starts about three inches from the root, but I expect the color is raised about two inches from the root to enhance the natural root color for increased, vivid contrast.” The root game hair color trend looks effortlessly cool, exactly the kind of energy we’re looking to channel in 2021. You may have rocked this lived-out look in the past without realizing it, but instead of ending up there by accident, we’re going to find it in the salon to get one step ahead of the inevitable. The style, which looks slightly full-grown from the start, is easier to maintain than dyeing the hair down to the scalp. Imagine reclaiming your roots. Whether you’re playing with your natural roots by coloring the rest of your head a light or pastel hue, or sticking to a natural-looking color story, the hair color trend at the roots game looks effortlessly cool. This is exactly the kind of energy we want to channel – keep scrolling to see more hair color ideas.

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