Autumn Hair Colour Trends at Fresh Lifestyle Salon & Spa in Fitzrovia, Islington and Blackheath
Do you fancy a new hair colour to take you into autumn? The change of season is always the perfect excuse to change your hair colour and revamp your style with some warmer shades of coppers, reds, and rich chocolate browns. Check out our Autumn Hair Colour Trends before booking in for your hair colour appointment at Fresh Lifestyle Salon & Spa.
When it comes to hair colour it’s time to look at some of the gorgeous shades of the ‘bronde’ trend, plum browns, coppers and richer reds and golden blondes and the ever popular balayage.
Booking your hair colour appointment is easy, please call 020 8318 2666 (Blackheath) 020 7580 8287 (Fitzrovia) or 020 7704 2262/3 (Islington) or simply book online here.
If you are new to hair colour or have not had a colour for six months or more, please come in for a quick skin allergy test 48 hours prior to your appointment.
Blonde Brown = Bronde Hair Colour Trend
It’s not blonde, it’s not brunette, it’s somewhere in between and it’s on trend for winter 2016. You will look as sweet as honey with this hair colour. The bronde trend is low maintenance with a subtle highlighted blend of blonde and brown tones. This super combination of colours will warm up your skin tone and add depth and dimension to your hair.
Golden Honey or Red Highlights
Add warm highlights to your hair for an on-trend winter hair colour. Golden or honey highlights can be added to brown or blonde hair, while red highlights look great on chocolatey brown hair.
Rich Copper Hair Colours
If your hair has natural red tones, brighten up this look with some copper tones, a stylish and chic look for winter. Add hues of rich copper, plum or auburn highlights to your hair to match the season’s cooler days of winter. For a subtle look add some highlights or lowlights or if you are feeling more daring why not opt for an all-over hair colour!
Balayage Trend for Autumn 2016
The balayage trend where your hair gradually changes colour from roots to end is a firm favourite for autumn 2016. Either have the ends lighter or darker but choose lovely rich colour. Whether you want to go subtle or strong, the balayage technique gives stunning results.