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The Top Autumn Hair Colour Trends

The Top Autumn Hair Colour Trends at Blonde Envy Hair Salons in Milton Keynes and Towcester

Summer might not have slipped away quite yet, but October has arrived and autumn is very much in the air (or the hair, to be more precise). We know that sun-kissed, beachy highlights are in favour in the warmer months, but when the leaves start to turn many of us look to something more polished. If this sounds like you, you need to start thinking about your new-season hue now.

The hair colour specialists at Blonde Envy Hair Salons in Milton Keynes and Towcester can find an on-trend hair colour that is perfect for you, we’ve even created a guide to our favourite Autumnal Hair Colour Trends to help you find a fabulous new look!

Autumn Hair Colours at Top Blonde Hair Salons Near Me

Milton Keynes

Newport Pagnell

Westcroft

Kingston

Towcester

Newton Leys

Autumnal Trend 1 – Blonde Hair With Lowlights

Autumn is the perfect time for lighter hair colours to make way for darker, brunette hair colours.

If you want to tone down your beach blonde locks, consider adding some darker blonde lowlights throughout your hair, to give a depth and dimension to your blonde hair. 

Autumnal Trend 2 – Rose Gold Highlights

The rose gold trend may never die down at this point. To bring it into a seasonally appropriate autumn hair colour, weave in pink tones along with deeper blonde or brunette hues to create a fashionable multi-dimensional hair colour.

Autumnal Trend 3 – Balayage Hair Colour

Balayage is one of the most popular hair colour trends, it is low maintenance and a great way of trying out new hair colours in an understated way. 

Natural looking balayage hair colour is popular all year around. Balayage colours tend to be more warm in the autumn including honey blondes, caramel and warm golden blonde hair colours. You can even use balayage to experiment with fashionable hair colours, such as vivid reds or pink shades. 

Whichever balayage look you desire, talk to our Blonde Envy hair colour experts so they can help you to find the perfect hair colour this autumn.

Autumnal Trend 4 – Natural Blonde Ombre

Ombré is big news this season! 

The ombré technique is when we colour your hair in a way that makes the hair lighter from the mid-lengths to the ends… and this looks beautiful when you choose a mixture of dark and light blonde shades. 

As with balayage, ombré  is a relatively low maintenance hair colour which makes it ideal if you are new to colouring your hair.  You can leave longer between visits to your local hairdressers as there will be no noticeable root growth. We would highly recommend that you return every eight weeks for a toner to refresh your gorgeous blonde ends, and prevent them from looking brassy.

Healthy Hair for Autumn

An important element to consider when it comes to autumn hair is rejuvenation, because the sun, salt and chlorine of the previous months are likely to have wreaked havoc on its condition. So before thinking about colouring your hair, it’s a good idea to book in for a restorative treatment at your local Blonde Envy hair salon. 

Book Your Autumn Hair Colour Appointment at Blonde Envy Hair Salons in Milton Keynes and Towcester

We’d love to help you achieve an on-trend Autumn looking hair colour, so book in at your local Blonde Envy salon for a complimentary consultation now using the links below. 

 

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