You know the almost hypnotic enchantment that comes from staring into the crystals of a geode? Hair stylists are taking that subtle beauty and transposing similar depth and color into what's known as "geode hair," and the results are so bold.
The most popular colors for this style tend to be amethyst colors (think: soft purples, fuschia, and blue tones), you're going to want to choose the shades that you're most comfortable with. The idea behind the look is that it's not necessarily an all-over color, but it's more subdued in the way it peeks through and blends with some of your natural-colored hair.
If you're looking to try out geode hair, you'll most definitely want to head to the salon. Your stylist is going to have to lighten the parts of the hair you want colored, and that can be pretty damaging when not done correctly! We promise the results will be well worth it, though.