Typically, as the weather gets colder people dye their hair darker. This season stylists are encouraging highlights and coloring techniques that'll brighten any dull, chilly day. We will be seeing many rich tones ranging from coppers to browns.
This combination of blonde and brunette has quickly become one of this season's most popular colors. Usually the wearer has a base of a dark blonde or light brown color and then they add a layer of highlights. Blake Lively went public with her bronde hair for a movie role this summer and is still rocking the look, For more celeb inspiration and some tips on different ways to achieve this trend check out this article. http://www.today.com/style/blake-lively-goes-bronde-see-trendy-hair-color-t31826
Babylights are great for adding some brightness to the hair in a subtle, natural way. They mimic a young child's hair with the sunkissed highlights around the face. These highlights are great for maintenance because they are softer towards the root and grow out tastefully. Browse Pinterest for some babylight boards to see some examples of this technique executed on different hair colors.
Whether you're going for the bold root or just a soft grown out root look, both are great for the low maintenance type. Aside from how easy they are to upkeep, they are also very in style this fall. This trend is good for all hair colors, but is especially great for those who are naturally dark and prefer to be blonde. This is also something to consider if you want to make your balayage from the summer last a little longer. One of my favorite looks is a soft highlight with dark roots to make it pop.
Fire it up!
Reds are making a major comeback this season. The leaves will be changing soon and turning to crisp reds and goldens which makes fall a great time of the year to add some warmth to your locks. If your hair is naturally a medium to dark brown, auburn hues may be more flattering on you. For blondes just adding a hint of red to make strawberry blonde or going full on copper can give you an exciting new hue. Check out this slideshow to help you determine which shade of red would be most flattering on your skin type. http://www.allure.com/hair-ideas/2014/most-flattering-red-hair-colors-for-every-skin-tone#slide=1