It's called the peekaboo panel. It's the reason why we sometimes see the Mad Men star showcasing her slivered-pink hair, and sometimes we don't. To achieve this effect, Jennifer placed the color in a way that can be easily combed over. This alternative is a great option for trying trendy colors from lavender to rose gold without going way far-out. Learn more about the technique now.
- How to do it: "You can either do fun streaks or have a panel underneath your hair like I did on January," Jennifer explains. "It wasn't super obvious, but it was noticeable. If she parted her hair in another direction you wouldn't even see it."
- Still not sure? But if you don't think your boss will go for a pop of color, why not get wild on the weekends instead? Jennifer suggests using a temporary product like Hair Flairs Color Rub ($13). Just make sure to use gloves to apply and add hair spray to set the color. Luckily, it will wash away before your Monday morning meeting.
- Still not convinced to try a bright hue? Then opt for a neutral color change this Spring. "Warm goldeny, caramel, honey tones — anything warm and sunny feeling is really popular for Spring and Summer this year," Jennifer advises.