November Trending: Autumn Hair Colour
2 November, 2018 - by email@example.com
This months trending style takes inspiration from the colours of fall...
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Fall is officially on its way! 🎃🍂🍁✨ The cool, crispy chill is in the air, and the pumpkin spice lattes are flowing in coffee shops! We’ve compiled our favourite fall colours from the salon into a mood board. Why not change up your colour this autumn season?🍁🍂✂️ #autumn #fall #autumnshades #autumncolours #fallfashion #hair #hairdressing #sdhairbristol #ecosalon #fashion #trend #trending #psl #pumpkinspice #winter #newseason #seasonal #hairinspiration #inspirational #moodboard #mood #redhair #copperhair #rosegold #rosegoldhair #rosebrownhair
Welcome to Samuel David Eco Salon’s November trending style, Autumn hair colour! This past month we’ve seen a steady rise in clients requesting gorgeous copper and red tones, brunettes and even blondes going for darker root smudges with their regular colour services.
Looking to update your brunette colour this fall? Why not take inspiration from client Heather (above). After having previously had blonde highlights placed throughout her parting, Heather popped into the salon to change up her blonde with a warmer, copper colour.
This mixture of her natural brunette hair tones with slices of copper and red really work well together with her skin tone and style of her cut. It accentuates her natural brown and brunette tones and adds a little kick to her previous blonde colour!
For Red Heads
Client Judith (above) is a true red head at heart! Judith has been a regular client at Samuel David for a couple of years now, after having previously box dyeing her hair at home. Her colour is a perfect mixture of 3 different red tones, with slices of darker colours pulled through from the roots, which matches with her skin tone perfectly.
For those with lighter tresses and blonde tones, don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten about you! This month we’ve also seen a steady rise in blonde clients embracing their regrowth. Whether you have highlights or an all over colour, why not embrace yours this autumn with a root smudge?
A root smudge allows for blonde tresses to have a more dynamic colour, but also allows your hair a rest from the harsh aftermath that bleaching can have on your hair. Client Michelle (above) came to Samuel David to refresh her balayage colour, and to pull her darker root colour with her blonde.