The LOOK: Fall Colors For Your Hair
Monday, September 24, 2012
The new fall look is pretty amazing this season, and our favorite fashion mags and runway shows are catapulting us into our look for the most fashionable seasons--Fall and Winter.
Here are a couple of highlighted looks for fall with some key words for you to use with your stylist this season
1. The colors of Fall leaves
We are seeing colors in the shades of fall leaves this year, from clothing to hair to makeup. Think gold, copper, and bronze and also think of different ways to incorporate them into your hair. Using warmer, deeper tones closer to skin and root and then mostly feathering out lighter tones to the ends is a great approach for your stylist to try. Keep them under your top layer of hair so as not to be mistaken with color blocking (that was the rage 8 years ago!). This modern twist is softer and elegant.
2. Glaze it over
When coloring for your fall look, ask to be glazed over to lock down warm tones. They can fade fast, so not only will a glaze postpone that eventuality, but it will add a healthier, shiny look over summer-stressed hair.
3. Learn a few tricks
Last but not least, always ask for a lesson in styling to maximize your color placement. You won't see the tones if they're not in movement with the cut.
Happy fall! Let's play in those leaves!
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