Goldwell Announces 2023 Colours of the Season

Published 28th Apr 2023 by Chlo Weldon

Goldwell have collaborated with global trend agencies and colour trend experts and is announcing two brand-new colours of the season. The spring/summer 2023 colours of the season are Rose Beige and Key Lime.

For spring/summer 2023 the creativity in colour has trickled down to more neutral shades, with classic tones having more of a multi-dimensional quality. Rose Beige is a tinted neutral that is enriched with pink, which adds a layer of warmth to the hue.

“Soothing beige restores a sense of calm, promoting feelings of serene tranquillity,” says Jane Boddy, Global Colour Expert and Goldwell’s trend partner. “These reassuring qualities are retained as beige is ignited with an illuminating layer of pink, creating a sweetened, dynamic level of colour in a typically classic tone. These progressive, multidimensional qualities dip between soft beige and pink within varied light settings. Rose Beige radiates sophistication with a refined level of warmth.”

Goldwell colour of the season rose beige

For a show-stopping hue, Key Lime is a modern green that connects to the trend of a colour that often makes us think of nature, and our planet. Green has become a colour that radiates vitality and fresh goodness, as opposed to the colour of envy from its past. Key Lime connects this trending green with its clean, sporty edge – a trend that has been spotted within both the fashion and beauty industries, as well as in automotive and product designs, highlighting its impact.

“Harnessing the purifying, feel good aspects of nature with its gentle brightness, Key Lime is nature’s green with an artificial edge. Distilled through a synthetic lens, green is softened and lowered to a soft pastel level yet retains an almost near neon quality, hinting at the restorative, botanical qualities of nature’s greens but fused with a fresh, revitalising zest, giving Key Lime a modern, clean edge,” says Jane.

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Chlo Weldon

Chlo Weldon

Published 28th Apr 2023

Chlo writes regular content for the print magazine and website, as well as scheduling the content for HJ’s social media channels. Chlo has a master’s degree in Magazine Journalism and previously worked as Assistant Editor at craft magazine Tattered Lace. After moving to London from her small hometown to be part of the HJ team, she is loving every minute of being involved in the industry. She loves a good treatment and is on a mission for a longer and thicker mane.

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