Blue Curly hair Color Ideas

From cool teals to vivid turquoises, we love how a bright blue shade pops against dark curls. Additionally, this look works wonderfully for goddess braids as seen here by Karol G. This blue balayage adds subtle shades of aqua to create a modern take on an ombre style, according to Welch. He says the key to nailing this look is allowing some of your natural color peek through for a more natural result.

Midnight Blue Ombre

For something bolder than blue black hair, why not ask your stylist about dark blue ombre? This near black hue makes an excellent way to experiment with vibrant color without completely altering your existing locks. This dark blue ombre features herringbone roots with blue, purple, and pink hues that blend in between. This breathtaking look will certainly turn heads, while this color would also work on long bob or even pixie haircuts – just make sure your locks can handle being lightened to pale blonde before giving it a try! When feeling like a mermaid or unicorn, try this multi-dimensional blue to aqua ombre on long wavy hair. This colorful look will certainly evoke those feelings! Just make sure you wash your locks regularly with cool water to maintain vibrant and fresh looking locks!

Baby Blue

Baby blue, the lightest shade of blue, has long been associated with clothing and nurseries for baby boys. This soothing hue represents new beginnings with all its freshness. Light blue hues make a wonderful choice for curly locks, pairing beautifully with all lengths, textures, skin tones, and eye colors. A balayage or gradient style like this one adds visual interest with visible dark roots creating visual balance. For an eye-catching blue hue like this one, bleaching your strands first is necessary – that’s why it is highly advised that a professional colorist be consulted before trying this vibrant shade yourself! For best results with such bold and striking hues. As a general guideline, touch-ups should take place every six weeks or so depending on your at-home care routine to maintain vibrant blue hues for as long as possible. Remember to use heat protection products prior to styling curls!

Deep Purple

Deep Purple is true rock royalty. Though lineup changes may occur over time, original members such as Ritchie Blackmore, Rod Evans, Nick Simper Ian Gillan, and Jon Lord remain iconic members. Deep Purple’s early output ranged from energetic rock to molten slabs of proto-metal. A permanent lineup first made an appearance with 1974’s Stormbringer; however, Blackmore left after just one album to form Rainbow with vocalist Ronnie James Dio; Bolin became his replacement instead before ultimately dying of cancer later that same year. In 1984, the original lineup reunited for their platinum album Perfect Strangers. Two years later they issued Purpendicular, which offered an array of musical styles.