‘Warm Peach Cobbler’ Just Might Be Our New Favorite Hair Color

Reasons we go on Instagram: dogs, memes, inspirational quotes and to mine the latest hair trends. The latest one to catch our eye? Warm peach cobbler hair.

Why does that sound so delicious? Because it is. A beautiful blend of creamy peach tones, it's a nice option for redheads who are looking to brighten things up for spring, as well as brunettes or blondes who want to warm up their strands through summer. Plus, the mix of cool and warm hues makes it the rare color that works on a variety of skin tones. 

Sold. Now, how do I get the look myself? Luckily for us, Chad Kenyon, the colorist and creator of this gorgeous shade, explained his exact process to Allure (in case you want to know what to tell your stylist). "I first painted vanilla bean ice-creamy blonde dimension throughout [the] hair by balayaging and strobing. I then painted a soft shadow-root, lowlights, and a global-gloss (all over) with varying nutmeg-infused peach tones."

To sum it up, he used a combination of balayage, bleach, dye and gloss to get that multi-dimensional, marbled effect you see above. But hey, if that's too much of a mouthful to convey, just bring this photo as inspiration (or this one for all of the angles and products used).