Fall 2010 Hair Color
Changing hair color, for most of us, is the easiest way to keep our current look updated without changing the cut. For fall keeping your hair color healthy and current is as easy as cooling and deepening the pre-existing tones.
You can still do your overall base color at home! However if you are working with any dimension, accents, or highlights you will need to schedule those salon visits now. For those of you really willing to learn how to do it all your self, check out tips on Herbal Essence. Clairol also has a huge selection of colors and styling tools to help you.
Reds this fall, keep it cool. Add cool tone highlights/ accents to create an updated look. We recommend a natural red, still bold, still strong, but natural. Clairol Herbal Essence Color, 048.5 Spicy Ginger-deep Intense Copper or Clairol Balsam Lasting Color Locking Creme System, Dark Auburn 613 are two beautiful shades for this fall. We also like Clairol Haircolor, Auburnin’ Hot – Auburn 35.
For those of you who love your blonde, no worries, cool it down with a few strategically placed low lights. To keep the look natural deepen the blonde just a little to keep it looking natural. Here are some natural looking blondes for fall. We recommend Clairol Hydrience Haircolor, Seashell 010 or Clairol Hydrience Haircolor, Sand Dollar 012. For those of you with color in your hair book an appointment with a professional for a partial high light & glaze.
We also like Clairol Hydrience Haircolor, Sunrise 004 or Clairol Hydrience Color, 014 Bamboo. For those of you with color already in your hair try an Herbal Essence Highlights Kit.
For fall Brunettes deepen the base color and keep some of the summer brunette tones as a highlight. The best way to do this is to have a professional work their magic. If you are doing this on your own and feel confident, section out some hair into foils with conditioner and use the darker color on hair not in foils. Then use another color on the hair in foils to get a shiny/ healthy color. We recommend Clairol Balsam Lasting Color Color Locking Creme System, Darkest Brown 616 1 system or Clairol Balsam Lasting Color Locking Creme System, Dark Ash Brown 614.