5 New Hair Hues To Try For The Fall

November 8, 2017  |  


By now we’re sure you’ve begun to bring out your fall essentials and even add a few new items to your autumn wardrobe, but don’t neglect to update your ‘do this season as well.

In summer, we tend to go light with our hair color and low on maintenance, but now that fall is here and you’re bringing your curls back out, why not freshen up the color with a new hue that’ll look hot on even the coolest day. Here are five new shades we’re digging for the fall.


Creme of Nature® Moisture-Rich Hair Color -Vivid Red ($3.69)

You can’t go wrong with brown skin and red hair and we’re loving this new Vivid Red shade from Creme of Nature. The permanent hair color is infused with mango and shea butter and is completely ammonia free to keep strands moisturized and healthy. If you have any grays, it’ll cover that too.

Dark and Lovely ® Go Intense Sprays- Rose Gold ($7.99)

Rose Gold is definitely the it hair shade right now, but you don’t have to permanently lighten your hair to get in on the trend. Like the tagline suggests, Dark and Lovely’s new Go Intense Sprays are like makeup for your hair, allowing you to enjoy a fun shade by day and go back to your regular hue by day. Plus they were created especially for dark hair which means the colors, which include bright shades of blue, purple, and gold, won’t lack vibrancy when sprayed on.

Garnier Olia | Oil Powered Permanent Hair Color -Platinum Black ($9.99) 

Instead of going brighter, go darker and shinier with the blackest hue possible via Garnier’s Olia Platinum black. What separates this color from others is that it uses an exclusive 60% oil blend with natural flower oils to achieve radiant color. The end result is long-lasting color that’s more brilliant and hair that’s healthier.

L’Oreal Feria’s Power Violet – Deepest Violet ($9.99)

Shades of red and purple are a given when it comes to fall hair and this deep violet shade offers just enough purple to make people notice, but not enough for your boss to get concerned. The more brown your natural hair, the more intense the color.

L’Oreal Colorista Semi-Permanent For Brunette Hair -Teal ($10.99)

If your hair is naturally light brown, you’re missing out if you haven’t tried one of L’Oreal’s Colorista Semi-permanent shades created specifically for brunette hair. While they won’t work on dark brown or black hair, if you’re in the light brown family and want to go bold with a beautiful teal or burgundy hue this is for you.


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