Reverse Money Piece Hair: The ’90s Hair Color Trend Making a Major Comeback

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With a new year rapidly approaching, it’s just about that time of year where many of us decide to take some risks and try something new with our looks, specifically our hair. Whether it be going darker or shorter, something about the new year makes us want to experiment with new ‘dos, and this year, this Madison Reed master colorist predicts that this regrowth-friendly, reverse take on a ’90s money piece might just be the vibe of the summer.

Reverse Money Piece: How to Add Dimension to your Hairstyle With This Reverse Take on Money Piece Hair

Madison Reed master colorist Shvonne Perkins recently dished all the details on what she predicts are going to be the hottest trends of the summer, including the classic ’90s style called the “reverse money piece.” This reverse hairstyle inverts the typical placement of face-framing highlights, placing a darker highlight at the root and front of the head to add a striking pop of color. Perkins explains that, “with its thick, bold placement, the reverse money piece features the darker part of the hair framing the face for a low-maintenance take on the money piece and regrowth friendly style.”

Money Piece Mayhem

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Some other styles Perkins predicts will take center stage include accepting and growing out natural grays, warming up brunette hair with mahogany shades, and color blocking, which consists of “placing a specific, small block of color on your current shade and creating contrast with your base color.” Regardless of whether you’re choosing to grow your grays or add some blocks to your blonde, it looks like this summer will be full of fun, funky color choices all around.

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