The Best Hair Colors for Fall
As temperatures begin to cool, hair colors typically start warming up. If you're looking to ditch your brighter, bolder summer locks in favor of next season's tresses, check out our favorite celebrity hair picks for fabulous fall color.
If you're not yet ready to give up your warm-weather highlights, opt for this low-key version that can span all seasons. Ombré highlights lighten just the ends of your hair, starting about midway down, and create the subtle illusion of naturally lightened sun strands. Sarah Jessica Parker has been rocking this look since her early Sex and the City days, but recently it seems every celeb has dabbled with this dye. The best thing about ombré color? The retouch period is definitely shorter than your regular highlights: You can grow these out for up to six months!
Left to right: Jessica Alba by Helga Esteb/Shutterstock.com, Sarah Jessica Parker by Featureflash/Shutterstock.com, Khloe Karadashian by s_bukley/Shutterstock.com
If you're a year-round blondie like Taylor Swift, try adding some lowlights or going a full shade darker to keep your locks from washing you out as your sunkissed summer skin starts to fade. If you're naturally dark-headed like Beyonce or Hilary Duff, sticking with a dark, honey-hued blonde will keep your outgrowth from being obnoxious. In fact, follow these ladies' footsteps and let a little bit of root show—it will help soften the look of your naturally dark brows.
Left to right: Taylor Swift by Featureflash/Shutterstock.com, Beyonce Knowles by Dfree/Shutterstock.com, Hilary Duff by Helga Esteb/Shutterstock.com
The last few seasons have seen shockingly bright red shades, bordering on pink and purple. Recently, celebs have been winding down the wild colors and sticking with a hues that look more like natural red hair. Going for rich, deep red locks will keep pale winter skin from looking lackluster.
Left right: Julianne Moore by Jaguar PS/Shutterstock.com, Kate Mara by s_bukley/Shutterstock.com, Una Healy by Featureflash/Shutterstock.com
Whether you're already a brunette beauty or you're looking to switch up your shade entirely, dark brown is a color that complements all hair types, lengths, and skin tones. If you're a medium brown, going a full shade or two darker will help get you in the mood for the changing leaves. If your hair is very dark brown or black, adding some caramel colored highlights will add shine and dimension for covetable fall locks.
Left to right: Anne Hathaway by Helga Esteb/Shutterstock.com, Jamie Chung by s_bukley/Shutterstock.com, Minka Kelly by Anton Oparin/Shutterstock.com