Build up a luxe look by trimming your locks and choosing a shade that radiates confidence. If you have an already smashing hairstyle, it’s time to skim through a multitude of colors that add depth and sophistication to your tresses.

The new hair color ideas 2011 below line up a myriad of hues worth experimenting with during the upcoming season. The party season allows you to stand out from the crowd with an edgy or, on the contrary, an ultra-classy hair design. Stay on trend with the latest hair coloring trends to make a dazzling impression on your friends and admirers.

Magenta Hair Colorby Mark Leeson Red Hair Colorby Joey ScandizzoRed Hair Colorby Twins Hair and BeautyRed Hair Colorby Raffel Pages

Red Hair Color

The hottest shades of red hair color come in a large variety. Whether you’re fond of radiant copper, terracotta or magenta, the point is to pick a hue that suits your skin tone. The many shades of red give off a confident and modern vibe. Take a closer peek at the professionally inspired looks presented here to know more of your alternatives.

Blonde Hair Colorby Joey ScandizzoBlonde Hair Colorby GoldwellBlonde Hair Colorby GoldwellBlonde Hair Colorby Royston Blythe

Blonde Hair Color

Lighten up your tresses with fabulous natural or platinum blonde shades. This year you could spot more and more celebs rocking this ‘it’ trend. Sport your bleached out strands in zillion different ways to make a glam beauty statement. Golden shades along with bright blonde tones are perfect to bring out the inner glam puss. Don’t forget to use only color protective formulas to preserve the natural radiance of your color.

Brunette Hair Colorby Joey ScandizzoBrunette Hair Colorby Saint AlgueBlack Hair Colorby Paloma Rose GarciaBlack Hair Colorby Alexander Turnball

Dark Hair Color

Bring your dark side to the surface and rock scene-stealing black or brown shades. Add an extra wow factor to your hair with highlights which have the power to inject definition into your shade. Cocoa, chocolate and hazelnut are some of the brunette tones to choose from. Pure black can be also an option if you’re not afraid of the sight-grabbing visual impact a Gothic-style hair color can create.