Stylish Trend Of 2019: Chocolate Purple Hair

The best part about coloring your hair is that it’s not permanent. If you don’t like the way it looks, no problem, because it’s going to grow out! However, we have a feeling that 2019’s hottest hair color trend — chocolate lilac hair — will look so good that you’ll
The best part about coloring your hair is that it’s not permanent. If you don’t like the way it looks, no problem, because it’s going to grow out! However, we have a feeling that 2019’s hottest hair color trend — chocolate lilac hair — will look so good that you’ll want to keep it forever.
Style experts have been predicting what the biggest trends in hair will be this year, including creative styles like baby bangs and going mushroom blonde. But chocolate lilac hair, which is a shade of brunette with a dusting of purple, is a style that almost anyone can wear. It is more light purple than actual lilac, and it’s both pretty and subtle — just slightly funkier than rocking rose-brown locks.

Check out this the chocolate lilac shade:
Stylish Trend Of 2019: Chocolate Purple Hair

And here’s another example:
Stylish Trend Of 2019: Chocolate Purple Hair

Lilac-tinted treses are not just for brunettes though. Blonde hair can look awesome with some purple pastel as well. Just check out Lady Gaga’s new ‘do, which features her signature platinum-blonde locks with a pale purple hue on top.

Gaga’s always a trendsetter, so you know if the shade has her seal of approval, it’s bound to be popular. Her ex-fiance Christian Carino posted this picture of the entertainer rocking the look on Instagram:
Stylish Trend Of 2019: Chocolate Purple Hair

Although Gaga looks every bit the rock star with her purple hair and leather jacket, this shade is not reserved for celebrities only. Stylist Madison Villo posted her client wearing the shade on a choppy lob, and the results are so chic:
Stylish Trend Of 2019: Chocolate Purple Hair

If you’re planning on giving this hue a try, there are some steps you should take to keep your color looking fresh. Using a violet-based shampoo can help maintain the color, provided you don’t over-wash your hair. Washing with cold water helps as well.

“Hot water opens up the hair cuticle and releases the color pigment from the hair,” Ian Michael Black, Aveda global artistic director for hair color, told Refinery29. “I know it doesn’t sound very relaxing, but I recommend using cool water when rinsing your shampoo and conditioner.”

Would you try out chocolate lilac hair in 2019?