The time has come to swap spaghetti straps for sweaters, sandals for boots, and sun-kissed highlights for warmer, darker shades. Fall is here in Indiana and our team at DeWeese Design Salon, Inc. believes it’s the perfect time to change up your hair color with some beautiful fall colors we’ve seen popping up this year. Whether you’re looking for a complete hair color do-over or just a post-quarantine update, chances are there’s a shade on this list that you’ll want to try on yourself.

Fall Hair Color Trends

Face-Framing Highlights

If you’re not quite ready to say goodbye to your bright summer color, a great option is face-framing highlights. You’ll still look light and bright without the upkeep of coloring your whole head. This is also a great option for those who wear their hair up a lot and want that element of light around their face without hours in the salon.

Warm, Creamy Blond

Generally, warm is the direction you want to go in autumn. Blondes that aimed for platinum in the summer months are now looking for more creamy or even beige tones. This trend bring a warmer allover feel, adding mid-lights that will lift warm highlights to your existing color and make it easier for you to go even warmer down the road. Fall is a great time to try this trend and as an added bonus, warmer colors have a softer fade so the upkeep is easier.

Scarlet Red

Red is the perfect mixture of summer brightness and winter richness, and it is having a major moment in fashion right now. Red is an especially gorgeous color on medium-to-dark skin tones, and it’s a super fun way to experiment with colors. Ask your stylist for a red that isn’t too orange or violet, it should be a true primary red with just enough brown to soften intensity.

Ready to try a fun new hair color this fall? Give DeWeese Design Salon a call today at (317) 271-8000 to set up at appointment with one of our professional stylists. Our location is easy to find, and accessible to the Indianapolis and Avon, IN, areas. We look forward to warming up your look!

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