When you think about underlights, you probably have flashbacks to yourself in the 2000’s decked out in a flippy Abercrombie & Fitch skirt and slogan tee with zebra stripe-like hair. You thought it was the definition of cool to have the under layers of your hair completely contrast the ones on top. Times have changed. You may cringe when you think about the look now, but don’t completely forget about the look. The new underlights hair colors may have you considering trying the look once again. Our old underlights have been given a modern rainbow makeover. If you do not want the commitment of a full head of unicorn hair, or you couldn’t get away with that look in your conservative office, some well-placed underlights are the solution. That’s the reason they are now also being called “secret rainbow hair.”
Check out 12 modern underlights hair color ideas:
There is no need to worry about complicated updos when you have underlights. No matter what hairstyle you create, it will look that much prettier thanks to your secret hair color. This magenta and purple color combo is great for brunettes.
Multicolored underlights are a popular look, but using one color can be just as pretty. The teal against the black is striking.
Is there a version of pink and blue hair that doesn’t look bad? Don’t think so. Wear your hair in a high half-up hairstyle to show off this rainbow look.
You do not need to dye the entire underside of your hair. A couple of thick streaks will do the trick. These blue and yellow ones will peek out from under the pink hair when you move your head.
This look ticks off so many hair color trends making it perfect for indecisive people. If you already have silver hair, make the look feel new again with some soft rainbow underlights.
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Think of this look as a new twist on your ombre mane. The mix of turquoise and blue is perfect for winter.
Now you see it, now you don’t. Underlights will make you feel like you always have a fresh hair color when you try different hairstyles that expose different sections.
This grayish hue with muted purple and blue pieces is something that we haven’t really seen. You may be tempted to dye your entire head as opposed to just your under layers.
If you love rainbow hair, try a literal ROYGBIV striped look. The only downside to this is, you will have to keep twisting your neck to look in the mirror backwards to admire it.
Pink, purple and blue are always popular hair colors, but we cannot forget about green. Just a couple of green underlights can totally transform your mane.
Here’s your proof that Ariel against a dramatic sky makes the best hair color inspiration.
Go ahead and stick a #hairgoals tag on this look right now. It shows that underlights look just as good on shorter hair as they do on longer styles.
Would you have ever guessed that this hair color was hiding under that black mane? This look is the perfect combination of underlights and the galaxy hair trend.