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Flowers won’t be the only thing covering San Diego in beautiful colors this spring. Like the tulips, you’ll be seeing these gorgeous spring hair colors popping up all around the county. Scroll through and find your favorite and then schedule your hair color appointment at Flirt Urban Salon.

Warm Honey-Kissed Hair Color

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Warm things up this spring with honey-kissed highlights. Whether you’re brunette or blonde, they can add beautiful richness and dimension.

Pearl Blonde

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Pearl blonde creates an iridescent sheen and is a softer version of platinum hair. If you don’t want to go full pearl blonde, highlights can be blended in like the example photo above.

Subtle Face-Framing Highlights

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Balayage is a hand-painted and foil-free coloring technique that can create more natural, sun-kissed-looking highlights. A few subtle face-framing balayage highlights are the perfect way to transition from your winter look into spring and summer.

Muted Rose Gold and Lavender Tones

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Rather than going full rainbow, the spring trend will be to just melt in a few muted tones of color into your natural hair color. In the photo above, stylist Joy Ishii mixed in a few shades of grey with rose gold and lavender.

Caramel Swirl Hair Color

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Caramel Swirl hair color looks as delicious as it sounds. Perfect for brunettes who want a trendy upgrade, this highlighted look uses caramel bronde tones to create richness and warmth.

Schedule Your Hair Color Appointment

If you’re ready to try one of these lustrous spring hair colors, contact the colorists at Flirt Urban Salon in Downtown San Diego. We also offer free consultations if you want recommendations on the best hair color for your skin tone and lifestyle. (619) 501-6890.

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