First post of 2017 calls for a timely 2017 related subject, right? Real creative, I know. Well here’s something I wanted to discuss back in 2016 but held out for all of three weeks when I started thinking about it.
Pantone recently released it’s “Color of the Year” for 2017 and I just have to give my opinion of interpretation on this and how it applies to the beauty industry. The 2017 Color of the Year “Greenery” is a warm, yellow-green spring shade that will be a beautiful option to try as an eyeshadow with a pink or nude lip. It is so easter-clean-spring-grassish and will look absolutely amazing on people with brown or blue eyes.
Now, with that being said, I MUST demand that people realize where the color of the year is practical and beautiful and where it is absolutely NOT acceptable. Please, please, please, I beg of you, do not interpret the color of the year to be somehow acceptable as a hair color. Read this again, carefully: The 2017 Greenery Color of the Year is not acceptable as a hair color, IN ANY WAY. LOL. I’m sorry to be so dramatic about this but sometimes I just feel people think that the Color Of The Year, once it is announced, is trendy and can go on anywhere and anything. No folks, certainly for 2017 this is not the case when it comes to hair color so don’t even think about throwing in some greenery inspired streaks or doing an all over green color like it.
There’s a reason Oscar The Grouch is so grouchy, ok, and it is because he lives in a trash can and his hair is green. Green on hair, and nails for that matter, is associated with poor maintenance and fungus, so there’s absolutely no reason to artificially recreate a color on your hair that mother nature uses to give off as a warning to others.
So, are we all in aGREENment about this? 😉