Sheerluxe Features HARI’s Five 2024 Hair Colour Trends To Know This Season

HARI’s expert colourists Melanie Smith, Sara Cassidu and Francesca Dixon feature in SheerLuxe’s latest article sharing a fresh array of 5 hair trends, colours, and techniques that are anticipated to lead the way in 2024.

Wheat Blonde

“This is the biggest trend blondes need to know about in 2024. Think warm gold – or what we’re calling ‘old money’ blonde. Perfect for winter and for taking you through the changing seasons, it grows out very naturally. In terms of inspiration, look to icons like Sienna Miller, Lila Moss and Cara Delevingne. It’s soft but has more definition than we’ve seen with some blonde hair trends in the past.”

– Melanie Smith, Senior Colourist at HARI’s

Camou-lage & Balayage

“Balayage isn’t going anywhere and is still one of the most-requested treatments at our salon. But there’s also ‘camou-lage,’ which is a new technique for 2024. It’s like balayage, but with an almost undetectable subtle brush sweep through the length of your hair. Think of it like the ‘no make-up, make-up’ trend but for your hair. The tones are bespoke to your natural hair, so you get the faintest highlight possible. It’s all about mixing baby lights and natural ribbons of colour through the hair for a multi-dimensional effect. Ideal for those seeking a natural look that’s very low maintenance.”

– Sara Cassidu, Senior Colourist at HARI’s


“Ask for mid-lights if you want to add a halo of colour to your hair – it’s ideal for light to natural grey hair as it enhances it without it looking too obvious. It’s a new technique that’s set to be popular this year and works particularly well for midlife women looking to embrace their greys. It freshens things up, while keeping hair in good condition.”

– Melanie

Reverse-Blonde Balayage

“This technique is all about adding lowlights into your blonde to achieve natural contrast, better dimension and definition. It’s often paired with a shadow root that looks lived-in. We do this by dragging down and toning at the backwash to bring blonde down from bright into softer, caramel tones. You get the best of both with this technique – light and dark. Celebrities currently sporting this trend include Sophia Richie and Jennifer Lawrence.”

– Francesca Dixon, Colour Director at HARI’s

Cherry Cola

“The fun, deep red of cherry cola is going to be huge this year. It’s playful, sexy and flirty but it also looks good on everyone. Typically, it flatters cooler undertones best, but you can increase the intensity – the red can be adjusted from cool to neutral to flatter those with warmer undertones, too. Just be sure to speak to your colourist so you get the best results.”

– Melanie

To read more about the hair colour trends we will be seeing this year, click here for the full article on SheerLuxe.