Women and their hair, it certainly a story of its own, because we all know, how attached we are to our hairstyle, color and shape, and how hard (and sometimes all too easy) it is for us to change a hair style that’s become part of us. This fall brings many warm colors and natural shades, which we can reach for with the help of a quality, trusted hair stylist. It’s the age of brown, which definitely holds the reign, there isn’t so much black anymore and even fair hair women choose to turn away from blonde to warmer tones, probably because they’re easier to maintain and create a more persuasive look. I chose five cardinal colors for you, they’re all easy to wear and don’t require drastic change. I’ve left out black and red, because they’re more demanding and perhaps more appropriate for the winter.
Basically, it’s blonde with warmer highlights, which are very evenly distributed. The highlights are gradual, tone on tone, which means we never start with a basic blonde, but rather a warmer hue that we gradually darken. The end result is a very natural one.
The situation here is opposite, so the hair is brown and we add lighter highlights here and there, especially at the tips. We shouldn’t exaggerate either the highlights or color correction, because they can quickly become overdone, turning golden brown into blonde, which destroys the effect. Limit the highlights to twice a year, that’s perfectly sufficient.
If your hair has a natural reddish tone, this is the perfect color for you. You won’t stray too far from the natural hair color, but add an extra oomph. Copper is a fall color and it beautifully complements a wardrobe in natural tones: brown, beige, cream, golden, yellow, and orange. Now is the time.
For all auburn-haired women out there (I’m one of you myself), there are new colors, which make your underlying color shinier than ever. The shade doesn’t actually change that much, but the hair looks healthy and shiny, and it covers all grey hair. The best way to find your shade of brown is usually by turning to a professional for good advice , the colorist will mix two to three different shades, because even the natural hair color always varies and it’s not the same all over.
These petite, discreet highlights on dark or dark brown hair are still a big trend. It’s a natural, non-intrusive technique, and again, the highlights at the tips of your hair are concentrated in front, around the face.
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