I'm super loving a greyscale palette for winter style. Normally, I embrace colors with wide open arms, but after doing some extensive shopping over Thanksgiving, I've decided that this year I'm really drawn to greys, blacks, and metallics. I did buy a couple pieces with cobalt blue accents, just because I think cobalt is the perfect pop to pep up grey if you're feeling a little more color.
After all my shopping, it was time for my hair to get in line. I had an auburn and blonde ombre through most of the Fall, which was a perfect compliment to all the burgundy I found myself wearing. But, this burnt-orange ombre just didn’t feel right with all my new grey and black pieces. I needed something a little sleeker and darker.
I went with a textured long bob because I love the versatility the length gives me.
Every few years I go through a phase where I am just tired of having so much hair to deal with and want to cut it all off. This usually leads to me going a lot shorter than I thought I would and regretting it later because I miss all the styling options my long hair gave me.
For the color I chose a sapphire black, which is amazing. For the most part it just looks like regular black, until the light hits it and you get hints of navy. Which is a perfect compliment to my cobalt trend I have going on with my winter wardrobe and a great contrast to all my greys. (If you're a diy kinda girl, you can get a super similar color here)
I went back and forth on this one...a lot.