Posted by All-Nutrient Professional on Sep 28, 2018

  •  Cuddle up with this Fall fashion inspired haircolor!

  • Maybe we're biased because Fall in New England is a special time of year, but this Fall 2018 trend has us craving apple cider, pumpkin carving, and organizing our flannel shirts.

  • Created with seasonal colors like deep red, burgundy, mulled-wine, gold, and burnt copper the trend is influenced by the pattern of the soft, woven fabric.

  • While many decide to darken their locks as the cooler weather approaches, red is a versatile color that can be flattering on every skin tone!
  • Those with fair or golden skin tones will look better with coppers and oranges (think celebs like Emma Stone and Sophie Turner). Darker complexions with olive undertones will look best with cool, blue-violet reds like burgundy, auburn, and merlot (Demi Lovato & Keke Palmer).
  • The key to achieving this look is all about creating a seamless blend of colors and dimension!
  • In order to keep your color rich and vibrant, be sure to use a colorsafe & sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner every time you wash! You could even use a color depositing shampoo to increase the longevity of your color in-between color services.

  • Here are a few of our favorite, “FLANNEL” inspired looks!

  • Artist: @theholistichair
  • Formula: The root is 6RC (1.0oz) + 5RC (1.0oz) with 20 Volume. Partial balayage with All-Nutrient White Powder Lightener + 30 Volume processed for 25 minutes. Glazed with Keratint® 8RC (1.0oz) +  6RC(.5oz) +  8IC (.5oz ) with equal parts of Keratint® Demi Developer. Processed for 15 minutes.

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  • Artist: @jessidreamsincolour
  • Formula: 6IC +6RC + a strip of 6R with 10 Volume. Lowlights of Keratint® 6IC + Demi Developer.
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  • Artist: @balayagebabe
  • Formula: 6RC on her base. Keratint® 8RC +  8IC + 8G with Demi and Demi+ Developers toned over previously lightened pieces.
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  • Artist: @hairwaytokale
    Formula: 5R+ 6R for the base with panels of balayage over the processing color.

 

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Topics: Fashion, haircolor, Fall hair, Hair Trends