It looks seriously delish.
Picture this: You're back in your childhood, sitting at the kitchen table with your grandparents when they decide to introduce you to one of their favorite treats from their childhoods: cream soda. The bubbly, amber hue looks just as delicious as the way they promise it tastes. Ever since then, the sight of glass-bottled cream soda brings back a certain nostalgia that feels like home, happiness and the simpler things in life. Now, what if you could embrace that pure, mouth-watering adoration with your hair? Well, get excited because soda is set to be the season's most-requested hair color. Want to get in on the eye-catching creamy craze? We share all the delicious deets below.
What Is Cream Soda Color?
Where New York is known for its fashion, LA is queen of hair. And this season is no different. The cream soda craze started there with its warm, creamy golden hues to lighten and brighten hair for a neutral, sun-kissed look. As an alternative to traditional all-over blonde, this dimensional hair color is created using color contrasts of blonde tones. So, unlike ombré or balayage looks that tend to embrace a few brunette hues too, this season's hottest hair color is all about being boldly blonde, while remaining totally customizable.
How Can I Get Cream Soda Hair?
Unlike other hair transformations, cream soda color is not just a color, but rather a combination of different blonde shades applied strategically to create a flattering, natural-looking finish. As a result, if this is the new 'do you're hoping to achieve this autumn, it's best to leave it up to your L'Oréal Professionnel colorist to bring your look to life.
How Do I Take Care of My New Cream Soda 'Do?
Since this new hair color follows the same principles of past color crazes, being that it looks natural when it begins to grow out, the maintenance is fairly low key. To help it stay as vibrant as possible, switch out your regular shampoo and conditioner for a color-safe duo that will be less harsh on your color-treated strands. From there, schedule a glossing treatment with your colorist every 4-6 weeks to pump up the color and shine in a jiff.
And there you have it, your soon-to-be favorite fall look is just a sip (and salon appointment) away.