Jared Gomez was here explaining the options we all have when it comes to Fall hair color. Add a pop of color to your neutral base, or mix up your ombre a little bit. Here is what Jared suggests for this year's new season!MONOCHROMATIC-
This means try an all-over color. No highlights. It's just you, a great cut and glossy one step shade of gorgeous! Go 1 to 2 shades darker or lighter than your natural. This keeps hair looking rich, vibrant and reduces maintenance by not deviating too far from your natural. BLONDES-
Warm blondes are going to be big this fall. Ask your Stylist to take your cooler blonde and "gloss" it with a more pale golden tone. If you can pull it off, try going more icy with your blonde-even champagne, with a hint of silvery-y pink are great for a change!BREAK UP YOUR OMBRE-
This look will continue to be a staple, but go fo a more subtle "Sombre" by breaking up your dark base with highlights and adding in panels of your natural. This way you get the best of both worlds, while switching up this oft performed technique.SPICE IT UP-
Whether you're a red head or a warm brunette, try adding strands of Cinnamon, Nutmeg and burnt copper. They will add dimension and keep you from falling into a cold weather funk.PEEK-A-BOO-
This trend comes and goes (as trends do). You've seen the vibrant aquamarine, violet, pink and other rainbow colored tresses on celebs and in magazines. For the more daring client who wants a "polished-edgy" look; this is the technique. Just a few pieces underneath your hair can make a bold statement without screaming it. Brunette/black- try purple or blue. Blondes- try pastels like lilac or teal. Gingers- try inense red, orange or copper.
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