Trend Alert: Fall Hair Color

Tiger-eye
Have you heard about the latest hair color trend that’s hot for fall? It’s called Tiger-eye Hair. What is it? It’s the gorgeous results of a balayage technique that uses rich caramel highlights added to a warm, dark chocolate base. The effect resembles the mixed browns, gold and reddish-orange colors found in a tiger-eye semi-precious stone. The look is so natural and organic and is perfect for all of your brunette beauties. It requires low maintenance and is absolutely, beautiful as it grows out.

HairoftheWeek Winner, @hairbykatlin

HairoftheWeek Winner, @hairbykatlin (as seen in November 2016 CosmoProf® Shopping Guide)

Pumpkin Spice Latte
Back by popular demand and turning heads once again is the palette of auburn with red, gold and cream highlights. Think of autumn colors and copper undertones. You get the idea. So beautiful! Stunning. Clients will love it because there is an ideal shade for everyone.

Wella Model

Image courtesy by Wella International

Orange Is The Bright, Vibrant & New Pastel
From bright to pastel, the color orange is quite versatile as was seen during Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017. Are you thinking that only the bold personality can rock this look? Think again. There’s an orange for most beauties. Though tricky with complementing skin tones, your advice is crucial when consulting clients with this trendy request. So, go ahead, be fierce and “Orange” the way they like it. After all, you’re the perfect one for the job.

Scruples Model

Image courtesy by Scruples

Tell us which hair color trends your clients are asking for this fall.

References:
Allure.com, Pumpkin Spice Hair Color Is The Hottest Trend of the Season, Elizabeth Denton, September 17, 2016
Woman’s Day.com, The “Tiger Eye” Hair Color Trend is Officially The Next Balayage, Marlisse Cepeda, October 28, 2016
Popsugar.com, Pumpkin Spice Color Is the Newest Way to Add Fall Flair to Hair, Emily Orofino, October 26, 2016
Marieclair.com, 16 Dye Jobs That Prove Orange Hair Is Going To Be Everywhere This Fall, Lauren Valenti, September 16, 2016

Posted November 11, 2016

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