Area Hair Color and Cuts for Fall

With family pictures, holiday parties, end-of-the-year events and romantic winter date nights coming up, getting a new ‘do is practically a necessity! This fall is the perfect time to change up your hair color or cut. It’ll help make you feel confident and look amazing in all the upcoming photo-ops, which are inevitable this time of year. Trust us – whether you dye your hair purple or get bangs, new hair is the fresh start you need right now. 

Golden Blonde

Going darker for fall is a trend as old as time, but this year, a sexy, golden blonde is as dark as you need to go. Whether you start out with a platinum, white-blonde mane or with chestnut brown locks, coloring your hair a honey-blonde looks good on everyone. Pro tip: use a special shampoo toner to keep the warm golden tones longer, like this Bumble and Bumble BB. Color Gloss in Warm Blonde from Beauty Brands.

Lilac

Continue the light-colored trend by dying the ends of your hair a soft, lilac hue this season. Reminiscent of last year’s rose gold hair, lilac is one of the most popular colors right now – probably because it looks so stunning. Ask your stylist for an ombre look (which means your natural hair is kept at the roots, and it gently fades into the new color by the tips), with a few face-framing streaks of the pastel purple color. This look is different enough to make a statement, but subtle enough to still look professional at work.

Short-to-Medium Lobs

If you let your hair grow out over the summer, shake things up by getting a short-to-medium lob for fall! Have your hair cut a few inches below your chin, either in a blunt, straight across way or in a choppy way. Don’t add layers to make it look sleeker and thicker. The best part about this cut is that it looks amazing whether you have straight or naturally wavy hair!

Bangs

Nothing completely changes the way your face looks like getting bangs. Although out-of-style for a while, bangs are back in full force – with women getting them in a variety of different ways. Short bangs are cut several inches above your eyebrows; whereas, fringe bangs hang loosely over your eyes. Once you decide on a length, you can choose whether you want them parted in the middle or on the side, all one length or uneven, and curled or flat. Basically, your bangs should be as unique as you are.

Can’t decide on a look? Talk to your stylist at Grand Spa, Med Spa Studios, Swank Salon or at another Corridor-based salon for opinions on what would look best with your skin tone, hair type and face shape. Then trust the experts to do their work and transform your hair for the better!

 

Sydni Ellis grew up in the great state of Texas, where she learned to love chips and salsa and hot weather. She has a master’s degree in Journalism from the University of North Texas, and she currently works in the College Communications, Marketing and Outreach office at Richland College. Some of her passions include writing, traveling and re-reading the Harry Potter Series every chance she gets. In the spirit of spontaneity, Sydni lives her life with a pen in one hand and her video camera in the other; ready to capture the next great story.

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