4 celebrity hair colors we're totally obsessed with right now
From soft and subtle shades to vibrantly bold hues, celebrities are sporting some seriously awesome hair colors -- and you might want to consider adding at least one of these shades to your must-try list for 2015. But before you head to the salon or slip on those gloves and get to coloring your strands, here's the scoop on the top four celeb hair colors we're coveting:
Karlie Kloss's Copper Hair
We've always been fans of bright, fiery red, so when we came across this softer take on the scarlet shade while stalking Karlie Kloss's Instagram, we immediately fell in love. And the best way to get it -- use the same formula as Karlie, L'Oréal Paris Féria Power Copper.
One thing to note before you dye your strands this metallic hue: Like with any red hair dye, maintenance will be the biggest challenge. But don't worry -- we've got you covered with tips for keeping your red strands bright right here.
Liya Kebede's Violet Hair
This colorful hue has been on our radar for quite some time, as it's quickly becoming a staple on red carpets and fashion runways alike. Our favorite part? You can get the look without the help of a celebrity colorist. The secret: Féria Power Violet at-home color. We liken the hue to Marsala (or wine, aka Pantone's Color of the Year) with a hint of plum.
This shade is one that works with every base color -- light blond to dark brunette -- and looks great on every skin tone.
Lara Stone's Platinum Hair
Though a certain someone recently "broke the Internet" with her platinum bob, we first got a taste of this hot trend when Lara Stone rocked the bright, blond-white shade this past fall. If you're considering giving this drastic color change a go, read this article first.
Blake Lively's Sun-Kissed Highlights
If you're not ready to go for allover color, the hottest trend in highlights is babylights -- think natural, sun-kissed color. Our mane muse, Blake Lively, has mastered this easy-to-maintain look. It's a great way to transition darker strands from winter to spring, but in truth, these highlights are so subtle, they'll work all year long.
Taylor Schilling showed off the style at this year's Golden Globes, and her colorist, Kari Hill, gave us the scoop on what she used to get Schilling's highlights: L'Oréal Paris Superior Preference Glam Lights. We love how the kit takes the guesswork out of at-home highlights, thanks to the genius applicator brush.