From ash brown to strawberry blonde
It is about time to come clear. Summer will be over before you can say Jack Robinson and slowly saying goodbye is inevitable. However, as the saying goes: if one door closes, another one opens. Fall is right around the corner and finding the perfect hair colour for the season is something you should start thinking about now! Ashy blonde tones, coppery reds, warm brown hues, ombré, balayage, … you see, the list is long. Some colours though are more on trend this year than others and with our guide, you sure make the best choice possible.
Coppery hair matches the colour of the leaves and a lot of skin types as well. The range of shades is huge and you can go from a lighter tone to a bright or rather dark one. There is only one thing to consider: wear your copper hair with confidence, because it surely will catch a lot of attention.
2. STRAWBERRY BLONDE
This hair colour is as special as its name and will make you feel all summery even in fall. The rosy hues make your skin look like it´s glowing and your eyes sparkling. It suits blondes as well as redheads, so give it a try.
3. CHESTNUT BROWN
If you want to get rid of your bleached summer hair, chestnut brown should be your colour of choice. The classic tone is perfect for fall since it will complement the season´s tones and wardrobe.
Your sunkissed hair gets an upgrade in fall by adding some Balayage to it. The hair trend that has been sticking around for some time now, will also keep us company in this year´s fall season and make your hair look all summery and fabulous throughout the colder days.
5. ASH BROWN
When a dark chocolaty brown meets subtle a purply-grey, the most on trend hair colour for fall is the outcome: ash brown. The shade is elegant without being boring and gives your look that “je ne nais quoi” that it needs during the fall season.
6. JET BLACK
Another classic hair colour for fall is black. The dark tone suits pale skin as well as a nice (leftover) summer tan. Black is mysterious and chic and it won´t be surprising if you´d stick with this colour until next spring.