September is here and autumn is very much in the hair. Throughout the warmer months sun-kissed hues and beachy highlights are in favour for most of us, but as the leaves start to turn, many of us start to think about booking in at the salon for a change (I know I do). But what to go for?
Well, hopefully reading this will give you a few pointers…
So here goes, these are the hair trends that will get you in the mood for autumn. (P.s. next payday, just do it!)
We’re seeing so many dreamy brunette balayage hues around right now, from rich chocolate tones to toffee infused highlights, there’s so many ways to upgrade your brunette but without going really blonde.
And with our new Hair Contour service you can add in highlights exactly where you want to add depth and dimension to brighten up your mane and combat the gloomy months.
Take notes from these models of the moment to add to your insta feed right now.
If you fancy bending the so-called ‘rules’ (I mean who came up with the notion that we should all go darker in winter anyway), ditch that darker-in-winter idea and go lighter, or better yet, platinum! Winter whites aren’t just for chunky knits.
This winter, white blonde is set to be cooler than ever, following in the footsteps of Cara Delevingne and J Law. For this look, the shades you wanna try are ash based and cool in tone. With our new colour developments we have muted out all yellow tones in the hair and created a collection of cool blondes.
White hair, don’t care.
Blondes can darken up with sandy shades and still keep lightness around the face, new season blondes are adding depth and ribbons of colour to accentuate their best features in colder months. Our collection of soft blend balayage shades give you that instant supermodel mane without having to grow it yourself!
Check out the insta babes already on the trend.
From rich auburn tones to deep ruby, there’s a wide array flame-haired hues to choose from.
But even if you don’t want to go all out red, deep reddish browns, rustic ambers or auburns can add a real warmth to your face for the winter months and are a much less daunting way to test out the trend.
So whether you’re feeling experimental, just dabbling or you’re a natural redhead, these are the hues for you. Try shades Amber, Chocolate, Copper, Cherry or Mahogany.
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