Autumn may very well be the most colourful season of all. Look outside and you’re treated to the vibrant reds and oranges so characteristic of this time of year. But where your hair colour is concerned, we’re here to suggest trying out something out of the ordinary.
In autumn, red is probably the right way to go. But you should definitely take it a few notches warmer. Instead, take a leaf out of Zendaya’s book, and try to make a difference with a mulled wine shade. This dusky crimson colour has hints of chardonnay red wine and adds auburn accents for dimension.
If your blonde hair ever turned green from exposure to chemicals in the pool over summer. Good news, though. Green undertones is now a hot new autumn hair trend especially on grey hair, are totally in.
If you’re stuck between blonde and brunette, a soft fade from dark roots to golden tresses is exactly what the stylist ordered. Why not just have the two?! Brighten your look as the nights begin to draw in by framing your face with blonde pieces like Margot Robbie.
Brown can be plain colour. But not for long! That’s because adding a touch of gold brings dimension and shine. Make sure you give it a try this autumn!
HUUUMMMM! Gingerbread caramel is the golden shade of your autumn dreams. A bit brunette, a touch blonde, and just a smidge on the red side, too. Warming up the complexion and giving your tresses a gorgeous glossy sheen. Keep the red tones subtle and predominantly placed around the face for a skin-brightening effect. Et voila: the ideal autumnal hairstyle. Emma Stone approves.
You don’t need to add some drastic colour to make a statement this autumn. Long black hair like Camila Mendes’ stands out while looking natural. Want to make sure your black shade stays dark throughout the fall season? Use a conditioner that will lock in colour to prevent premature fading.