Five Fall Hair Colors for 2014
Ah...the change of seasons. Sun goes down a little earlier, students go back to class, the soft warm summer breeze turns toward a cool brisk wind, and shorts are traded in for leggings and other warmer things.
Or, I mean, if you don't live in the Southwest I suppose that's more what happens.
Even so, many people like to participate in seasonal changes in their own right - the coming of September means dark, fun makeup, longer sleeves, and more boots! Even hair colors tend to transition - and we want to show you our favorite bold fall looks.
1. Bright Red-Orange Ombre
Enter fall with an announcement: You are on FIRE with awesome. Pairs well with vegan leather jackets, chiffon tops, and anything that makes you feel like a badass. Keep up the color by mixing Extreme Red and Extreme Orange.
2. Awesome statement Teal
A cool color such as teal reminds us of the chill in our bones - paired with an excellent black lip and dark sunnies, teal is a unique choice for fall, providing direct contrast against orange, red, and yellow leaves. Our complete Extreme Teal set will keep you turning heads with no effort!
(Photo: Juno Hollow)
3. A pastel purple contrast
Like platinum, a pastel color can provide a really beautiful contrast that's romantic and ethereal against a darker fall wardrobe. Pastel Purple can help you keep it all season long!
4. Deep blue locks
Keeping a more somber note, a deep blue is a welcome change from summer's levity. Extreme or Vibrant blue layered on top of light brown hair will give you this stunning shade.
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5. A sweet mulled wine
The taste of mulled wine always pulls my mind to fall and winter - gorgeous spices simmering into a mug of warm table wine. Delicious in color and taste, this gorgeous red-purple wine color is a fantastic and classic fall transition color, ready to pull your mind to cooler days. Want to get this look? Keep an eye on us...we've got something up our sleeve!
What look are you going to be rocking this fall? Let us know in the comments down below.