Spring hair

12 Spring Hair Colours We Are Obsessed With

Spring is in the air, and that can only mean one thing. It’s time for a colour change! Spring is the season of new beginnings. The flowers start to bloom, and the chill of the winter becomes a distant memory. Some people enjoy giving their house a spring clean. But for us, it is all about new season, new hair. Below you will find all the inspiration you need for when you next step foot in the salon.

Highlighted Chestnut


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Lucy Hale looks effortlessly stunning showcasing, a highlighted chestnut, textured lob on her Instagram. This colour compliments her eye colour beautifully, and we think it is the perfect shade for the run-up to Summer, especially if you are considering going blonde for the warmer months ahead.

Butterscotch Blonde


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We are always crushing on Jena Frumes and her gorgeous, healthy curls. The butterscotch blonde really enhances her texture and helps to define her natural curl pattern.

Pure Platinum

Pure platinum perfection by our Fanola artist and blonde specialist @claudiadymondhair. This high-level blonde is what dreams are made of, but it is important to know that a lot of time, money, and effort goes into achieving this colour. Make sure you maintain your colour at home with our No Yellow shampoo.

Pastel Pink

Pastel hair colours are always popular in spring, and we can’t get enough of this pastel, pink hair creation by @bel_pipsqueekkinsaigon. Pastels are a great way to have fun with your hair and experiment with something out of your comfort zone.

Creamy Blonde


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Pop princess Louisa looks glowing with her creamy, blonde rooted locks. The lighter, face-framing features at the front of her hair compliment her facial structure perfectly. We predict that subtle face-frames and statement money pieces are here to stay for 2021.

Chocolate Brown Balayage


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This chocolate brown balayage adds depth to the hair with the contrast of light and dark. This type of colour is very low maintenance, especially if your natural hair colour is already dark. We think this colour creation by @tiffhairstkilda ticks all the boxes.

Glossy Jet Black


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Jet black hair will always be in fashion, and we are obsessed with Lana’s glossy, dark locks. The shine factor is always the next level with dark hair, and it just oozes sophistication.



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@Curlpop where curly haired dreams come true and these silver curls are no different! Those beautiful, bouncy curls and the striking silver colour are the perfect combinations.

Lavender Melt

The artistic director for Fanola USA @dermiju created this incredible lavender melt. He specialises in muted pastel hair, but we are in love with these more vibrant colours for spring. The dark root helps the lavender and blue to pop. It also means that the regrowth will be less noticeable.

Blended Pastel Unicorn

The unicorn vibes are back and bigger than ever for spring. On second thought, we don’t think they actually ever left and we for one are a big fan. The blended, pastel combination you see here is by the talented @rossmichaelssalon.

Toasted Mahogany

@Colouredbycaitlin brings us all the warm tones with this toasted mahogany. After all, who said warm tones are just for autumn? Not us. This rich colour creation creates dimensions within the hair.

Mushroom Brown


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Mushroom brown is currently trending and we can see why when it looks this good! @Hairby_teee is the hairstylist behind this breathtaking colour.


2 thoughts on “12 Spring Hair Colours We Are Obsessed With

  1. where can i find salons near me that use your products?

    1. Hi Emma,

      We don’t currently have a list of Fanola stockists. But if you take a look at our Instagram account @Fanolaofficialuk you will find hairstylists and salons that use our products 🙂

      Thanks, Amy.

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