Summer is a wrap and if you’re looking to change more than just your wardrobe for the fall season, you may want to consider updating your hair color. Not sure what colors to go for? Here are six timely options to make your hair pop this season.
Over the years, copper colors (or burnt orange) have become increasingly popular amongst hair dyes. And while it is a standout color for fall, it can actually be worn all year-round. The color looks great on warmer skin tones and can create an awesome ombre look when your roots start to grow out. As like with any color added, however, just be sure to continually feed your hair moisture when color is added. Our Butter Crème Intensive Moisture Sealant is a great daily go-to for this.
Deep reds and/or pinks
It should be no surprise that deep reds or pinks have made it onto our fall color list because it’s typical to see these colors during the colder seasons. If you’ve been avoiding adding a color like this to your hair over the years, now is a great time to give it a go. These bold and rich colors look great on anyone giving it a try.
Your natural hair color
If you’re one that likes to add color to your hair throughout the year, try rocking your own natural color this fall. Natural hair colors can provide a refreshing look that you may have forgotten about as well as remind you that natural can sometimes be better.
Not ready to change the color of your entire head? Try adding some golden highlights instead. Bold enough to give you the change you’re looking for, but subtle enough to still play it safe, golden highlights can add a little flare to your fall fashion looks.
Full out blonde
Though normally a super popular color during the warmer months, dying your hair blonde can work extremely well for your hair in the fall, too. Even though blonde can be an amazing look to try, you’ll want to keep in mind that it can take a lot of work to style. Be sure to stay on top of updating your color and keeping it filled with moisture. Deep conditioning treatments using our Fix My Hair — Intensive Repair Conditioning Masque will help keep your color and health of your hair at its best.
If your natural hair is of the lighter tone, trying out a dark brown look this fall could quickly become your signature color. Not only is a prime look for cooler months, but for those who have darker, warmer skin tones, going with a dark or mark brown hair color can create that beautiful subtle change that you’re going for.