The balayage technique has skyrocketed this year, and it’s something that I see staying strong into the fall. Instead of traditional foil highlighting, adding some lowlights and/or highlights to your hair using the balayage technique will still give you a sun kissed look without losing dimension. If you have naturally dark hair and want to add some warmth to your color for fall, there’s no need to go darker. Adding some babylights followed by a toner can break up your color and add that something extra you may be looking for.
Although you need to be pretty light to achieve this look, it’s a stunning color that compliments almost every skin tone. This color is more for those blondes that just can’t stay away from the blonde but want a slight change and aren’t afraid of warmth. Not too light, not too dark. Just Perfect.
It’s a classic, but you can never go wrong with a deep chocolate brown, simple as that.
And last but not least, Copper:
Whether you’re formulating for apricot blondes, spicy reds, or dimensional brunettes, copper tones are the perfect partner for hair colors with a golden hue. This hair color trend is best suited for neutral to warm complexions with gold, peach or yellow undertones.