Autumn hair dyes

With the advent of autumn, dyeing hair in warm tones is no longer a taboo topic in hair salons. Although hair coloring in platinum blonde requires a number of expensive and long processes, the transition to red hair has always been considered the most extreme transformation in hair coloring. Whether it is because women are afraid of coloring their hair in red tones or are simply accustomed to coloring in natural tones, most have never considered this step until now. If there is one major trend in hair coloring for the fall then it is warm copper, strawberry blonde, auburn, cinnamon, red wine and dirty violet.

With the colder days coming, the salons come with warm autumn tones. If you are thinking about coloring your hair red, do a little research. Browse through instagram, save the visuals that appeal to you, think about what prompted you to change, and consult your hairstylist. Given your skin tone, eye color, natural sub-pigments, texture and hair structure, your hairdresser will give you the best advice.

If you're a blonde looking for a change this fall, you can play around with strawberry shades. Bright cool skin tone and a thin hair structure require cooler strawberry shades, while blondes with warmer skin can play with warmer strawberry shades, auburn and peach blonde tones. Natural brunettes that have naturally warm sub-tones can welcome autumn with warm wine red or dirty violet tones.

Whatever shade you choose for the first color, always choose a permanent color demi that will be easy to remove unless you find yourself in the role of a red-haired seducer. You need to know that maintaining a beautiful and vibrant warm hue requires extra care, and comes in between regular coloring to maintain reflex and radiance. In other words, dyed red hair is not really an easy choice, but it's beautiful, isn't it?