What is it about a good cut and color that lifts our spirits so? Good Housekeeping says this fall is going to be a great season for color.
So far, hair color trends are literally mixing it up, suggesting modern gray hues, the subtlest highlights you can imagine and hair color that seamlessly slims your face. It’s gonna be a good fall
Lightly Toasted Blonde
Blonde has never shined so well in balanced tones that promote that natural blonde look. It is so rich and warm as it enhances her skin, and dimensional without brassy locks, just like a natural.
Ombré is taking hair fashion by storm all over the color wheel. Here the length and ends are a subtle transition of lightness that cascades from the deeper crown, the transition whispers into the depths of her beauty.
Skin tone Complements Brunette
Choosing a shade close in tone to skin, creates a monochromatic yet multi-tonal look that enhances the skin’s gorgeous glow.
Balayage and Babylights
Los Angeles colorist Chrissie Pliskyblends two highlighting techniques — balayage and babylights — for bright, beautiful dimension, while adding a rooty look “so she can wear it longer without having to get it touched up as often.”
Going ash brown is a great option if you want to try — but not commit to — the gray craze. Ideal for cool skin tones with pink undertones, ash brown has bits of blue and gray that give the color its ashen, nearly-gray base.
Looking to add color to your hair, but don’t want to bleach it? With minimal stripping, this amethyst-to-navy ombré is gentle on hair and in terms of color, truly lives up to its gem namesake.
This gray ombre look created by Amanda at The Hear Salon is a chic, toned-down way to wear an unconventional color. From a dark gray to a paler shade toward the bottom, this style is perfect for any hair length, whether you’ve got a chic bob or long layers.
Explore more coloring and style from the complete Good Housekeeping’s Original Article