As always, warm, earthy tones, and rich darks are popular this fall, but there are a few new spins on classic fall color that may surprise you this autumn.
Wearable Fashion Colors
More people want to wear bright fashion or fantasy colors, but it can be considered unacceptable in many conservative workplaces. That’s where wearable color hair extensions Chandler are coming into play. Ashy and smoky violets, bright reds with dimension, and rose gold hues are all about having a little fun and keeping your style conservative enough for business.
Many of these new shades are combined with more conservative highlighting and lowlighting techniques to make the color pop without the shock of a solid bright hue, making it more wearable without too much distraction.
If you like chocolate browns and warm caramels, you are in luck. These colors have a new spin with loads of dimension and shine that can compete with any color out there. Stylists are using balayage and other modern highlighting techniques to create highlights in dark hair and apply multiple dark shades to the tresses as Brigette Peterson has to create a deep, rich color that catches the light and moves with grace.
If you love trendy, fearless hair, you are going to love the lime green craze that has been seen on the runways this fall. This pop of lime and chartreuse has shown up in locks on the runway and street. The color can be applied all over pre-lightened hair or strategically as a pop of color to frame the face or pop through in updos and braids.
Violet, Red, and Copper
This fall’s violets, reds, and coppers are more varied than those of previous years and are bright and bold. Violets vary greatly between blue-violet, royal violet, and can even be smokey. Copper tones, on the other hand, can be eye-searing red-oranges that can’t be missed.
Reds vary as well from dark burgundy to a firey, rich red that can be spotted in any crowd. These colors can even be combined for a dimensional, trendy look that is sure to capture attention.