With every season your wardrobe transitions and so does your beauty routine. As we swap neon for warm shades of autumn and pull our warmest sweaters out of the closet, one can help but wonder, “Should I do something with my hair?” With hair salons open as well as more celebrities experimenting with their locks again, there’s so much autumn #hairinspo we’re adding to our save folder. Summer may be over, but that doesn’t mean the fun should be too. If you've been flirting with the idea of switching up your hairstyle, now is the perfect time to experiment with different cuts and colours. Are you ready to switch up your strands? 

50 shades of Red

From Ariel inspired luscious fiery locks to warm copper tones, this autumn is all about the reds. What is undeniably great is that with so many different tones, there’s a perfect red hue for everyone. If you’re not ready to go all in just yet, consider adding some depth with auburn highlights while still maintaining your current hair color, or pull off a KKW with the help of our new fall collection.

Face-framing style


As we step into the cooler season we’re finally letting our hair down again and experimenting with face-framing styles is a great way to add some spice to your hair without losing the length. Lighter face framing highlights are perfect for maintaining some of your summer brightness without the full commitment. If you’re looking to switch it up a bit more, consider adding heavy bangs or a fringe. Now all you have to do is leave the front sections of your hair loose while pulling the rest back into an updo or a ponytail and you’re ready for your next Zoom call.

‘Brondes’ have more fun


This season it’s all about fusing sun-kissed blonde highlights with brunette lengths. Going ‘bronde’ is best achieved with balayage. Best of all, it’s low-maintenance, natural-looking, and available in a wide-range of dimensions and hue combinations. Create a bright and vibrant look with a dark brown base color and honey and platinum blonde highlights, or add some darker shades to your blonde for a more sophisticated blend.

Dyed tips

Dip dyed hair emerged as a popular trend in 2010, and it's still going strong. Bright blues, hot pinks, and vibrant purples — more people are experimenting with temporary hair color. While the style takes some extra confidence to pull off, getting it is actually fairly easy to achieve. If done right, that pop of color will take your hair game from blah to stunning in just a few hours. Great news is that not only can you experiment with box dye to get the look at home, but you can also sport this trendy style with hair extensions, without even coming near bleach or hair dye.

Dual-textured ponytails

Part polished and slicked back, part voluminous - this fall you can have it all.. It’s the perfect style to try if you’re thinking about working with your natural locks instead of against them. To nail the new season ponytail, all you need is a comb and some gel. Tie your hair into a low ponytail turning the classic ponytail into something special, with hard shine at the front and texture at the back making it the ultimate high-payoff look with minimum effort.



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