The Fall Hair Colour Trends You Need To Know
Posted by Ruby Khatun in Hair
When was the last time you saw your actual hair? Unless you are Diana Ross, probably a while ago. As the seasons change we embark upon another look, we want to approach the season with a new sense of self-confidence. Think feather lights, copper, bronde, and a full head of highlights for the much anticipated transformation.
1. Feather Lights
Ombre has been a popular trend, but this fall takes a natural turn with feather lights for natural blonde tones, plus regrowth is something you will no longer fear. This technique is a much more sophisticated version of the ombre. Feather-shaped sections are lightened to give you a sun-kissed glow despite summer being over. Lily Aldridge and Miranda Kerr are a few celebrity fans of this technique, for a rich, bombshell look. Inspired by this AW15 Chloe and Gucci hair trend? Try feather Lights at Charles Worthington from £90. Top tip for healthy hair: Try an Olaplex hair treatment with your colour, this holy grail for coloured hair will reconnect the broken bonds. Online beauty buy: Pureology Nourishing Nectar £17.85, will give her a radiance boost.
2. Full Highlights
Want an all over change of colour, with minimal damage? Packing in thin highlights will give you a brighter transformation. Olivia Palermo has mastered this. You can also achieve a two-tone colour with micro-attention to babylights scattered throughout. Try this fall hair colour trend at Windle and Moodie, in the safe hands of blonde expert Jesus. Top tip for healthy hair: Healthy, luxurious, expensive looking blowouts were seen at Balmain and Donna Karan, so after your colour is check ask for you stylist to finish off with a sleek blow-dry. online beauty buy: Shu Uemura Colour Lustre Blonde £32, is a pre-shampoo balm. This balm will give life to your blonde locks after bleaching.
Summer may be over, but you hair can still be sun-kissed. Is she blonde or is she brunette? This trend is here to stay, think caramel, honey blonde slices, and buttery shades. Top Tip for healthy hair: If you are a brunette who is weary of bleaching to achieve a blonde, the bronde will be the perfect middle-ground, which much less damage. Online beauty buy: Tigi Colour Lasting Oil £9.80, for a little shimmer.
If you are olive skinned like Jessica Alba, Rhinana, or Eva Mendes try auburns and coppers for a radiant glow through to winter. Top tip for healthy hair: Washing your hair with cool water will help prevent hair colour from fading. Online beauty buy: Rene Furterer Colour Reconstructing and Protective Radiance Mask £25, provides deep keratin repair.
5. Dark Highlights
Give chocolate and chestnut hair a pick-me-up with darker highlights, this two-tone effect is a subtle yet an incredibly sexy seasonal transition. Such colours will work on all complexions and give hair a healthy shine. Top tip for healthy hair: Try a henna brick, this is a natural alternative. "Brun" henna contains ground coffee to give your hair a deep chocolate colour. Online beauty buy: Aveda Colour Enhance Madder Root Shampoo £31, restores warmth to chestnut tones.
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