I am changing up my wardrobe for fall…how can I transition my hair into a more appropriate color for fall?

Whether you’re looking for a major hair makeover or just a minor change to spice up your look, there is something for everyone with these fall hair trends.

According to Kyle White, lead colorist at Oscar Blondi Salon, who’s clients include Mariah Carey and Naomi Watts, “Darker and warmer hues are always a trend, but this fall, more than ever, brunette is going to be huge.” Dark locks will not only enhance your wardrobe, but can also make your eyes pop and complement your skin tone.

Another go-to favorite for fall is the many variations of red; Strawberry, Nutmeg, Ginger, Copper, Mahogany, Cedar and Auburn. As the leaves change and our sun-kissed skin fades, our natural complexion supports the richness and boldness red hues provide.

If you’re looking to make a subtle change, simply add depth to your hair with low lights or ask for the Ombre effect, one of the hottest prevailing trend, defined as a gradual blending from one color to another. The most popular Ombre effect is where the hair is darker at the roots and progressively transitions to lighter ends. This color technique is a perfect choice for the commitment-phobic who are looking for low maintenance color.

When making a change, it is always best to consult a professional to ensure your shade choice is appropriate for both your complexion and commitment level.

If you’re not feeling adventurous with your hair color, you can still change up your look with a new hair style. Play with different styles – buns, braids, waves, and extensions – whatever frames your face in a completely new way. Even just parting your hair on the opposite side or down the middle can completely change your look. Stumped? Schedule a complimentary consultation with a Simonson’s stylist to discover some exciting new options. If you decide to experiment with a new look, simply schedule a styling session so you can learn how to recreate the look at home.

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