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Hot Fall Hair Color Trends

If the cooler weather approaching is inspiring you to look for a hot new fall hair color, you’re not alone. This year’s trending styles are bringing an explosion of color to match that fall foliage! Check out the fabulous fall color heating up those chilly autumn days this season.

Ultra-black

Inky, deep, dark black hair. Yes, black is back! The blacker the better for this fall’s style-gurus. It’s trending on hair of all textures, lengths and styles.

Hot chocolate

Think warm cocoa or milk chocolate for this fabulous fall color. Deep brown with glimmers of lighter brown lowlights = glossy, gorgeous hair!

Platinum ice

This fall is bringing a little icy blast that’s actually super-hot! Seriously platinum with only slightly darker roots may take some doing if you’re a natural brunette. The results are totally worth it!

Go red instead

Get in touch with your inner pumpkin-spice anything and go ginger! Copper, auburn, mahogany and every radiant shade of red in between screams fall a little louder than most shades.

Honey-bee blonde

So what if the leaves are falling and the nights are getting colder? You can still bring a little summer with you with a honey-golden color that looks kissed by the sun.

Caramel-coated

Think warm caramel with lighter, golden brown highlight for this super-sweet shade. Paired with equally caramelly skin tones, this is a look you’ll crave like candy!

A mass of rich color is one of the things we love about fall. So, have a little fun and take your hair to the next level with a fabulous fall color! If taking all things hair and style to the next level is more than a fun fall thing, you should consider a career in beauty! To learn more about the world of cosmetology, check out the Hairdressing and Cosmetology Program at Continental School of Beauty. Continental is here to help students launch their careers in the beauty industry. Contact Continental today for program information or to schedule a campus visit.

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