This low-maintenance, soft blend of blonde and brunette is primed to be huge for fall. Look for terms like “light neutral brown” on at-home box kits, and then use a highlighting kit to add contrasting pieces all around your head.
If you’re not ready to go dark for fall, but you don’t want your blonde to be as bright go for a gorgeous honey-blonde hair color. Look for terms like “medium honey blonde” on at-home box kits.
If you’re blonde but want to change it up and still feel blonde go for a color that’s light with golden, buttery tones. Look for terms like “honey blonde” or “light buttery blonde” on at-home box kits.
Auburn hues are always a shoe-in for fall, but this season, due in large part to the moody, coppery curls Rhianna has been sporting all summer, a darker, more dramatic approach is the way to go.
If you’re a darker blonde and want to see how you feel as a sexy siren try champagne-y red shade. Look for terms like “copper” and “strawberry” on at-home box kits.
If you want to stick with being a brunette but want to mix up your look — or you’re a blonde and want to go a little darker— opt for a light chestnut brown. Look for terms like “light chestnut brown” or “medium brown with golden tones” on at-home box kits.
Even with the seemingly endless list of color techniques that exist today, don’t forget the power of a single-process dye job—particularly in a blackish-brunette hue. It’s classic and striking all at once.
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