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Best Fall Hair Trends

Posted: Friday, September 23rd, 2016

Fall is in the air! What more perfect time of year than now to update your look? We’ve been following the latest hair color trends and have gathered a list of the top five colors to take the guesswork out of what shades to consider! Which one could you see yourself trying?

ciara-hairDeep Chocolate.  Who doesn’t love chocolate?! Brunettes have an unlimited number of shades to choose from but we love deep chocolate brown hair for fall 2016. Without a doubt, this sultry, bittersweet shade of brown looks good enough to eat! Seen here on Ciara, her deep chocolate hair looks equal parts classy and dramatic.

Sombre. Sombre, or a subtle ombre, is the next big hair trend for this fall. The somber look is all about the softer side of ombre. A key to achieving the look is to use more colors, subtly weaving it through the length of the hair. This helps to create less of an abrupt contrast from the roots to ends. This trend can be worn by both blondes and brunettes alike. We particularly love the look on brunettes though because it adds shades of gold, honey and caramel without dealing with the hassle of regrowth.

ali-larterRich Auburn. We are seriously envious about this rich auburn hue worn by Ali Larter, a former blonde who has traded in her golden locks for this fiery and stunning color. Red auburn hair is such a rich and warm shade, perfect for the upcoming fall and winter. To add to this dramatic color, be sure to ask your stylist for a gloss treatment after your color!

Bronde. Bronde is a cross between blonde and brunette. This is another very popular hair color trend for fall 2016. To accomplish, your stylist would keep lots of your natural base color and incorporate shimmers of lighter, complementary shades, making sure the most complementary shade is placed around your face. This will enhance your features and add movement and texture to your hair.

crissy-tiegenOmbre. The ombre hair color trend is here to stay in fall 2016. The word ombre was borrowed from the French word meaning “shaded” or “shading.”  With ombre hair, the color is generally darker from the roots to mid-shaft and then gradually gets lighter from the mid-shaft to the ends. Shown here on the beautiful Chrissy Teigen, the look is worn with a natural-looking effect.

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