Fall has finally arrived and we couldn’t be any happier! Once again, our #HolisticHairTribe is serving us another batch of stunning hair colors your clients will surely love this Fall.
Check out our favorite shades this week!
Vintage Rose Hair Color Formula
Hair by studio42hairandmakeup
This client used to have golden blonde hair but studio42 got her all prepped for Autumn. Vintage Rose is warmer and darker take on the Rose Gold trend, which is just perfect for the season.
Smokey Denim Hair Color Formula
Hair by Leah Michael Taylor of Smoke + Mirrors Baltimore
Cool tones are great for Fall too, particularly ashy tones like this Smokey Denim from Leah. It’s a subtle, cool hue that anyone can wear.
Roots: Oway Hcolor 7.1 Ash Blonde + Oway Hcolor 8.1 Ash Light Blonde + Oway Hcolor 11.17 Frosted Platinum + Oway Hcolor 1.8 Blue Black + Oway Hcolor 0.1 Ash Booster with Oway Htone 9 Volume Cream Developer
Mids to Ends: Oway Hcolor 90.11 Intense Ash Super Bleaching Blonde + Oway Hcolor 10.1 Ash Extra Light Blonde + Oway Hcolor 9.1 Ash Very Light Blonde + Oway Hcolor 1.8 Blue Black + Oway Hcolor 0.8 Blue Booster + Oway Hcolor 0.1 Ash Booster with Oway Htone 9 Volume Cream Developer
Lilac Rose Hair Color Formula
Hair by Angela Owens
Would you believe this client used to have green hair? Angela did a fantastic job taking out her old color and replacing it with this stunning Lilac Rose!
Prelighten: O&M Paint Powder Clay Lightener
Ice Queen Hair Color Formula
Hair by Maren McKenna
With many people going from blonde to copper, what better way to celebrate the first day of Fall with icy, platinum locks? We wholeheartedly approve.
No-Shampoo Rinse + Oway Hmilk No Stress Conditioning Treatment
Hot Magenta Hair Color Formula
Hair by Deb Pedraza
Magenta may look intimidating, but it’s definitely a sure way to get you some eyeballs. It’s bold and vivid and great for clients who like to stand out.
Balayage: O&M Paint Powder Clay Lightener
Mushroom Brown Hair Color Formula
Hair by Brenda Anguiano
To get this gorgeous color, Brenda pulled the base in diagonal black sections down about an inch and a half. The base color, lowlights, and highlights were all combed together at the bowl for a seamless blend.