#1: Golden Ashy Brown
Try an ashy brown that has an iridescent golden hue. Perfect for women over 70, a neutral yet warm color can add youthfulness. Ask your stylist if golden ashy brown is right for you.
Try a deep copper color for a rich winter hue. Perfect for those wanting a noticeably bold tone, coppers are fun and trendy for women in their 70s.
#3: Sandy Brown
A brown that is light and sandy is perfect for a gal in her seventies. Flattering on almost all skin tones, sandy browns add a natural and soft tone to the hair.
#4: Sandy Blonde
Choose a blonde that is sandy for a color that looks very natural. Sandy blondes are appropriate for blondes who want to add seasonal depth to their hair color for the winter season.
#5: Champagne Blonde
Try a blonde with a champagne hue for lighter toned winter hair. A warm yet neutral color, champagne is the perfect blonde for women who are in their 70s and may be suitable for most skin tones.
#6: Ashy Brown with Ashy Blonde Highlights
Ashy brown with ashy blonde highlights is one of the best winter color trends that blend well with natural greys. The streaks of blonde add shine and dimension to dark-colored tresses.
#7: Dimensional Toffee Blonde
Spruce up your look this winter with a dimensional toffee blonde hair color! If you have a neutral skin complexion, this is for you. Emphasize the combination of the tones with a layered haircut.
#8: Soft Golden Brown
Retouch your old hair color and try a soft golden brown shade. Subtle hints of blonde give warmth to a cool brown base. This winter color can blend and conceal grey strands, as well.
#9: Golden Beige Blonde
A golden beige blonde has a bright hue that matches the cool weather. The lived-in highlights show a dimension that complements senior women with a pale or fair skin tone.
#10: Partial Dark Blonde Highlights
Camouflage your white hair with partial dark blonde highlights. The combination of tones appears natural. Boost the dimension of your locks by partnering the color with a short, piece-y haircut.