Fall and winter are hands down the best times to explore sprucing up your appearance, specifically switching hair colors: what better seasons to represent change and self-growth? One way to get yourself in the mindset for a new you is with a new hair color (even if it is temporary). With so many glossy, warm tones and boldness, you can shake up your signature look with a few hair colors we promise you’ll have fun experimenting with. Take a look at our favorite picks for inspiration you need for the new you.
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Deepening your color is a great way to transition into the colder seasons. If your natural hair is a jet black or almost-there-but-not-quite, you can go for a softer shade of black and gradually color it until you’re able to achieve a richer brown. This gentler hue will look perfect against the cool colors of fall and winter!
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This warm shade combo of peach and bronze colors is the go-to when you want to spice up the regular blonde. Try this look if you want something eye-catching, yet elegant.
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Honey-colored locks are a great choice for anyone who wants to brighten their face and bring more radiance during the chilly weather.
Amber and Auburn
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Amber and auburn are the hair colors with a big label attached to them: I’m here to make a statement. These colors are great for brown and hazel-eyed gals as they will enhance the gold and brown in your eyes. Both often take on red tones, resulting in a shade that resembles copper. What better hues to represent transition and the seasons?
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Ombré still remains a popular hair color trend, with the most fan-favorite colors being unique shades of blue, purple, orange, and red. It’s a stunning way to warm up your look in the chilling temperatures!