Fall is a much appreciated respite following the dog days of summer. We love it for its crisp, perfectly cool temperatures. This is also the time of the year when Starbucks releases their fall flavors, which includes the Salted Caramel Mocha and Pumpkin Spice Latte. Let’s not forget that fall is also the time of year when our social media feeds are bombarded with luscious shades of hair color.
Personally, I love using the changing season as an inspiration to change my hair color. If you are considering dyeing your hair this fall, this blog post is for you.
Here are 3 gorgeous hair color trends you may want to try this fall.
Bronde is a pretty color that is somewhere in between brunette and blonde. The actual shade lives up to its hybrid name. It is a happy medium hair color that won’t look out of place after the snow has melted, but will also warm up a sad, winter complexion.
While bronde can be universally flattering, we highly recommend that you consult with your stylist. He/she will help you choose the bronde shade that will work best on you. Cool or neutral tones will look best on cool skin tones. Warm skin tones will benefit from honey, amber or golden tones.
High contrast roots
High contrast root is a hair trend that features a deeper root with bright blonde highlights. Before, having dark roots and light ends mean that you’ve been too lazy to book an appointment for a root touch-up. Today, however, letting your regrowth show is an on-trend look. This has been on the scene for a while now, but it was only early this year that it climbed on top of the hair colored charts. Celebrities like Kate Mara, Miley Cyrus, and Emma Roberts were seen rocking this look.
High contrast roots is a low maintenance, on-trend color that is perfect for those who don’t have time to visit the salon very often. In fact, it doesn’t require any maintenance. Just let your roots grow in and your hair color grow out. You’ll get yourself ombre hair without spending extra.
A lot of people choose not to dye their hair black because they think that black is boring. But an inky shade of black actually provides one of the most unexpected changes a person would make to their look. Plus, the simple black hair color will look good on you no matter your skin tone.
Celebrities like Katy Perry, Demi Lovato, and Lucy Hale rocked the jet black hair. Keep in mind, though, that jet black hair will require real care to keep your hair shiny and glossy.