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Fall Hair Color Ideas You Should Do.

 

Joseph Kellner

 

Living in Florida I do not see a lot of the variations of hair coloring as I did when I had worked in the northeast.  Coming to mind I always tell my clients to change their hair color as the seasons begin.  Florida is all about the blonde hair coloring and long straight or wavy hair. And that is all year around. And a lot of people have personality’s who can change the hair color, but if you go to dark on a personality it will not look good. The smile will not be as bright. Hair color can do a lot for a woman’s attitude and her skin color, so keeping it the same throughout is not that creative especially when someone can change with certain skin colors.

Having blonde hair is usually the lightest in the summer time here in Florida. It’s all about the beach, bikini’s and dinner party’s by the shore with your friends.  That is the best time to offer your client’s a time to change the tonal value of the blonde.  Summertime can be all about beige, rose, gold, medium, light and dark blonde.  The Fall time change for hair coloring should be about, coppers, reds, red oranges, plums, burgundy’s, mahogany or chestnuts.  The list can go on and on. Basically it is a time to warm up the hair.

Plus hair color changes can give the hair time to rest.  It is easier to hold coppers, reds and red oranges in the hair than certain tones of blonde hair colors. There is also less maintenance for the hair, a richness on certain skin tones can really bring out the pigment of the skin and also enhance the eyes.  Brunettes also have a certain luster to them brown hair can be quickly enhanced with copper or red copper or golden hues to it.

Either way it is a good time to change the hair color and also a good time to start treatments to it especially from all the summer lightening.  It’s also a good time to redesign your hair style and extend a more amount off on you next hair cut. It will be better for you in the ling run. Hair that has been over-processed from high lightening and summer fun will not take a true tone when you are going to tint back the hair to a deeper blonde or brown.  So it is best to take away a few inches before turning your hair color to a fall shade.  Plus with the shorter hair fall time to spring will give you a certain amount to re-grow what was taken off.

 

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Hair Colors for a Younger Look

When we say hair color, it does not only mean hiding the grays. There are many color palates that can transform your look, back to the good old ‘looking-pretty’ days! Yes, before we begin we would like to share some tips that can be useful. Opt for a good haircut that will make you look younger. Trust me with a bad cut, even the best of hair colors will not help, so make sure you get that right. Cover your grays, these hair color ideas for gray hair can help you. Even if the hair is thinning, graying, keep them nourished and healthy. Once you get this on track, you can crown them with some cool shades of hair color.

Earths and Browns: Most of us think natural is the best, and hair colors in brown shades give just enough warmth, to keep you looking younger. In case of browns choose something that is not extremely contrasting to your natural hair color and skin tone. Two shades lighter than your original hair color will give you a decent warm look. Opt for smooth chocolate shades, honey brown, golden brown and light brown to ash brown shades. The pigmentation on the skin tends to fade away as we age, so brightening up the pale look is important. These shades will give you just the right amount of glow.

Subtle Reds: Yes, you still can play with some hot red shades of hair color. Though some care needs to be taken when choosing them. Bright funky reds are a big no! Do not even try highlighting a chunk of hair or few strands in dark and funky red. Use subtle tones and warm tones close to brown and not contrasting to the hair color. Auburn shades and shades in reddish brown can give you a chic look. With a stylish hair style, reds can do well to create a younger look.

Golden Blondes: If you have lighter colored hair, blonde shades can be your hair color for a younger look. Here again make sure you do not create contrasts. While choosing the shades, do not color in pale blondes and very light tones. Keep two shades darker or lighter from the original hair color. Shades like honey blonde and golden blonde, and dark natural blondes can go well for highlights giving you a sun kissed appearance. For low lights (darker shade than your natural hair color) you can try beige natural blonde or dark natural blonde. Stay away from ash blondes and platinum blondes. Try to get low lights when you have light blonde hair, darker shades will create depth in the overall look. These colors will add the glow to your face and instantly brighten up a dull and old look.