The season of oversized sweaters and pumpkin-spiced lattes is upon us, so while you prepare to snuggle with your cozy blankets and Netflix, don’t let your hair color fall flat. The colder months are an ideal time for bold hair color that is out of the ordinary. Here are some exciting color options from DeWeese Design Salon, Inc. that you won’t want to miss out on this fall. 

Fall Hair Colors

Mulled Wine

Make your red hair a few degrees warmer this fall with a dusky crimson shade. Adding onyx and auburn accents will add some dimension to keep you looking fabulous this fall. 

Blended Balayage

If you’re stuck between blonde and brunette, get the best of both worlds with a soft fade from dark roots to blonde hair. To brighten your look on dark fall and winter days, frame your face with blonde pieces.

Icy Platinum

Already blonde or platinum blonde? Try an icy blonde for fall. More upkeep might be required, but at least you’ll get to spend time in a warm and cozy salon! Take your style up a notch by going for an icy silver hue with slightly darker roots instead of platinum blonde. 

Dark Cold Brew

Indulge that coffee habit this fall with a warm brown color that resembles your tastiest cold brew. A slight mix of neutral and light tones makes a cold brew shade perfect for fall and winter. Add auburn highlights to dark hair for even more vibrance and dimension.

Inky Black

You don’t have to dye your hair purple to make a statement this fall. Long, black hair can have a dramatic effect and looks great with most skin tones. To make sure that your inky black shade stays dark and rich through the cold, dry months, use a conditioner that will lock in color to prevent premature fading. 

Don’t wait until the cold sets in to make an appointment with DeWeese Design Salon for your new fall color. Contact us today at (317) 271-8000 and start off this season looking and feeling your best. If it’s your first time at our Indianapolis salon, please let us know—new clients receive a $10 discount on their first color appointment!





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