If you think you’ve seen every hair color our #HolisticHairTribe can offer, feast your eyes on these stunning hues they shared with us this week. From fashion colors to balayage, these will surely leave you wanting to try the formulas yourself.
Oway Organic Hair Color Formulas: Check out our top picks below!
Red Currant Hair Color Formula
Hair by Marcus Sederstrom
Nothing else makes us happier than seeing rich and vibrant hair colors, like this Red Currant beauty. Marcus used color blocking technique to achieve this gorgeous tone, and we must say we’re impressed.
Grey Percentage: 40%
Cosmic Fusion Hair Color Formula
Hair by Maren McKenna
Pastel hair is cute, but there’s something mesmerizing about galaxy hair. The luscious blend of blue and purple tones makes us feel as though we’re staring at the Milky Way.
Espresso & Cream Hair Color Formula
Hair by Nicole Daly
Like a shot of espresso in the morning, this hair color by Nicole got us bolting from our seats. The addition of highlights gave this wavy hair style more texture and dimension.
Base Toner: Oway Hcolor 6.0 Natural Dark Blonde
Cherry Cola Hair Color Formula
Hair by Deb Pedraza
To achieve this stunning color, carefully blend from the roots to the midshaft, and then blend again from the midshaft to the roots. This creates a seamless transition of colors and erases demarcation lines.
Roots (1.5 cm): 35g O&M Mineral.CCT 5/0 Light Brown + 35g O&M Mineral.CCT 20 Volume COVERAGE Cream Activator
Ash Blonde Hair Color Formula
Hair by Carolanne Horne
One-dimensional hair colors are nice, but there’s no denying adding more contrast to the hair makes it more interesting. Doing some shadow root and balayage gives the hair more oomph, making the hair look great from every angle.
Base (45 mins): 7.1 + 0.8 with Oway Hcatalyst 20 Volume Cream Developer
Processing Time: 35 mins (No Heat)
Coffee Caramel Hair Color Formula
Hair by Summer Reid
We love everything that reminds us of a good cup of coffee, and this is no exception. Soft, creamy highlights not only help define the layers but they are also one of the go-to face-framing techniques.