Fall hair trends
The landscape is shedding its summer look, switching out bright colors with deeper, earthy, golden tones of fall. The new seasons gives everyone an excuse to shop for new clothes and switch up their hair. Our stylists are ready to give your locks the hottest fall color and cut for 2016. Think subtle and effortless.
Highlights are for every season, but the trend we see this fall is all about being subtle, creating just a touch of highlight, perfectly blending the highlights with your natural hair color.
Our stylists will work with the shape of your face and your natural tones to place highlights in all the right places, perfectly framing your face. Subtle, soft highlights give your hair a touch of dimension, without looking like you tried too hard. It takes a trained stylist to be able to give you subtle, effortless highlights, but, this is exactly why we continue to educate our stylists always to be able to keep up with seasonal hair trends.
Highlights require a bit of upkeep. Luckily, letting your roots go naturally dark as your hair grows is totally on trend this fall. So, if you want to go from one hot trend to the next, let your delicate highlights grow out.
You can also go the extra step and dip-dye our hair for the ombre effect, adding a bit more contrasting color next to your natural darker roots. The ombre effect is the ultimate “effortlessly chic” hairstyle for fall.
Take a page from Mother Nature and head to the salon for some deep cherry, copper, and golden hues. Add some fire to your fall look with a touch of red.
Dark chocolate hair
If you already have naturally brown hair, instead of subtle highlights, go the opposite direction and darken your natural locks. Turn your brown hair into a deep, dark, rich chocolate brown with no highlights. Your hair will look good enough to eat and will blend perfectly with the fall landscape.
European hair salon in the Highlands of Denver
We’re ready to take your hair into fall. Our stylists know how to deal with all types of hair, all styles, and the hottest colors for the fall season.