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FEATURES Sep 7 2012 6:53PM
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Fall Hair Color Trends

by Lexi Felder, LexiWithTheCurls.com

Seasons come and go and hair color trends sometimes stay and sometimes go away (for a little while).  In the summer, ladies tend to go lighter and typically in the Fall and Winter, we darken it up. Hair color trends were typically colors that you can wear in any setting. Now, there are several new trends that may not make the cut if you are in a corporate office though.

Have you heard of Chalking? Looking for new ombre trends? Check out these Fall hair color trends:

Pastels



I love pastels! But in your hair? Sure, why not? Chalking is a new color phenomenom that involves…you guessed it! Chalk! You can get cool pastel shades (or even bright shades)


Here you can see awesome colors for a temporary hair color effect that doesn’t stain.





















Ombre'
Ombre’ is here to stay! Instead of going for the super blonde toward the end, try a deeper color like a honey brown shade. Remember, the key is to have a gradual effect with the color.


Here, Chanel Iman rocks a toned-down Ombre’




Brights!



Once you get passed the pastels, try out a brighter shade. Check out natural gals like Teyana Taylor who adds bright blue to the tips of her curls. This is something fun to do and you will totally stand out!


















Reds
Fall is the time where the lighter colors go away and you see darker tones. Reds and deep reds are going to be in for Fall fashion and it has carried over to hair as well. You don’t have to go as bright as Rihanna, but you can do shades of brown like cherry-colas or a burgundy.





Are you feeling the new hair hues? It seems like bold hair color is in!
Remember, no matter what color or style you use, keep it vibrant with out Tui Color Care Collection!

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