Did you know that choosing the right hair color could knock a decade off your look? That’s right – there are certain hair colors and shades that have been proven to make us look more youthful. Finding the best hair color to look younger can be tricky — but we’re here to help! We’ve asked our hair expert to tell us what works and what doesn’t, as well as rounded up 30 most youthful hair colors for you to get inspired by!
Don’t let your hair age you! No matter your natural hair color, certain tones can make you look older than you are. Eek! However, if you play your cards right and follow anti-aging trends, you could knock years off your face. Let’s take a look at these 30 stylish colors that’ll make you look (and feel!) younger.
Warm tones do an exceptionally good job at making us look younger. If you’re a brunette, add some warmth to your look by asking your stylist for golden highlights. This way you’ll be ready for the summer plus ensure that your hair is making you look younger, not older!
Lighter hair color makes you look younger – but the tone you go for is paramount. If your skin has warm undertones, stay away from cool, ashy tones, and add some warmth to your look with golden highlights. Go for shades like honey to give your complexion a healthy, youthful glow!
A traditional long haircut looks unique with golden balayage. Sparkling amber with bright highlights will make a huge moment and add youth to a common look. The style implies the look of strong healthy hair of a young beautiful woman.
Light hair isn’t for everyone – we get it. But if you’re a lady with dark locks, do yourself a favor and go for warm, chocolatey shades rather than cool brown tones. This beautiful chocolatey bob is the perfect example. Warm, classy, youthful!
If your hair is really dark (and you’d never give it up!) – then lightening the ends with a soft, subtle balayage will do the trick. Go for a similar, chestnut brown shade and you’ll reap the benefits of warmer and younger-looking tones while making your hair appear less monotone.
Wearing a short stylish lob with blunt ends lets you remain a serious lady and a young trendy woman at the same time. Due to the tender Havana brown color with balayage highlights, the woman looks young and full of energy. It is easy to look gorgeous even early in the morning as if you have just visited your stylist.
Monotone color is an absolute “no” for older ladies. Opt for as many shade variations as you can – as long as they complement each other. For example, this beautiful, warm blend of gold and honey on darker hair – isn’t it simply fabulous?!
Add a bit of playfulness to your brown hair with some warmer highlights. The base will remain darker – but the highlights will do wonders in making your hair color appear less serious (and boring – sorry!).
Even with hair that has never been easy to deal with, this haircut is a perfect fit. Sunflower blonde or beeline honey hues can make hair look thicker than usual and gives volume and healthy strength. As a bonus, your locks will look different depending on the light play. This hairstyle is for a woman of age who still feels the joy of life.
Want to look a little different? Go for this unusual color tone known as “strawberry blonde”. Great for all skin complexions (ask your stylist to help you find the right shade!), but ideal for pale older skin, it immediately warms up your complexion, making you look fresh and youthful!
Don’t shy away from your gray hair. With the right cut and maintenance, it may look like that gorgeous white blonde you have always dreamt about. The best part, you say adieu to the nasty regrowth that makes women over 50 look older than their age. Long face-framing curls help soften facial features and hide insidious wrinkles. Stay young with this cut!
A long pixie hairstyle with intricate dimensional color features eternal youth. Soft chocolate brown roots make the bright blonde hue stand out while also making the style low-maintenance. Layered fluffy bangs add fresh vibes to the style and make you look younger.
We’ve come to the conclusion that blonde is the #1 anti-aging hair color. If you’re going gray, ask your stylist to combine the grays with warmer, blonder tones for a more natural blend.
If you have cool skin undertones, go with blonde hair that is a bit ashy. This will give a healthy glow to your skin and help blend occasional white hairs in the aging hair. If your natural hair color is brown, mind that the hairstyle may turn brassy and lose its appeal. That’s why maintaining your light blonde with a purple shampoo is a must.
Being a stunning lady is not difficult if you pull off a trendy cut with balayage highlights. Bronde hair suits any complexion and bright face-framing streaks will lighten up your facial features. If you start with virgin dark brown hair, consider adding caramel highlights first and gradually transition to lighter blonde shades.
A straight haircut with blunt ends and messy waves can add charm and playfulness to your look. The admixture of soft light brown and blonde hues make hair look thick and healthy. Highlighted face-framing layers draw attention to cheekbones and a stunning smile.
Caramel cream color tone is ideal for lighter olive skin tones – but will also work wonderfully on pale or fair skin by giving it a natural-looking blush. Ladies with dark roots or a darker base will look exceptionally good in caramel cream!
Can’t decide whether to go for a warm brown or warm blonde? Bronde is the answer to your hair problems! It’s a fantastic shade for older women, as it softens your skin tone and adds freshness to the complexion.
You don’t need a bright blonde hue to brighten up your face! A light brown hue may be just as interesting and rejuvenating. Besides, you don’t have to worry about canceling brassy tones, which saves much effort to look younger. Try side dropdown bangs for an added oomph, and you will definitely be satisfied with the look of a new charming you!
A pearl tone is an excellent choice if you want to add warmth to your white locks while keeping the style low maintenance. The shade looks natural and blends with the grays in a perfect way. Keep your hair long and add some loose waves to celebrate your eternal youth.
Yup, dark hair can age a woman – and that’s not what you want when you’re getting older. If you’re on a mission to give your dark hair a youthful makeover, then opt for a warm, honey balayage. You’ll look considerably younger – and sport one of the biggest trends at the moment!
Not sure which warm shade to go for? How about combining them all into a beautiful, warm blend of this coppery honey blonde? Add hints of red and deep brown – and you’ll create an even warmer effect. The warmer, the younger – remember?
We absolutely love sombre hair color technique – not only because light hair makes you look younger, but also because of how natural it looks. Opt for this warm blonde shade for a natural, sun-kissed look that you can’t help but fall in love with.
A wonderful color for those with a dark brown base who are looking to add some warmth and youthfulness to their look. While back in the day dark roots were frowned upon, today the more shades you add, the more vigorous the color. Embrace it!
An enchanting, warm balayage for women with dark hair. Adding warm color tones to your ends makes the look trendy and intriguing – the right kind of things to aim for when you’re after a younger-looking hairstyle!
Copper is a brave color – especially for someone who has always been more of a neutral hair kinda girl. But who says that you can’t experiment with it as you’re getting older? You only live once, right? Plus, copper hair shades flatter fair and neutral skin tones.
One of the key things you want to aim for when you’re planning your hair makeover is making sure that it looks natural: works with your skin complexion, your eye color, and generally flatters your features! This natural-looking sun-kissed hair color is the perfect example of that.
Many women go through their lives with monotone hair color – but who is to say that a balayage isn’t ideal for a 40 year old woman? The trendiest hairstyle of our time, a subtle warm balayage will immediately knock years off your face!
Achieving a youthful-looking shade of dark brown can be challenging, but adding some warmer chocolatey tones does the job. It’s a flattering way to warm up the tone – making it ideal for older ladies.
Contouring has long been used by beauty and make-up experts – but did you know that the same could be done with hair? Go for face-framing highlights to achieve a more aesthetically-pleasing look and to sport one of the most popular trends at the moment!
Want to try any of these youthful colors risk-free? Use our Haircolor Changer App to see whether it’s the right hair color for you! There are a number of ways to make your hair color look fresher and younger – and the key is knowing which color tones help you achieve that. We hope that you have found this article helpful and that you’ll opt for some warmer tones and shades next time you’re going for a hair makeover!