17 October 2016 by Dean Brindley
Now we are well and truly into autumn, and winter is just around the corner, it’s a great season for a colour revamp.
Let’s look at the colours that will be gliding down the catwalks and high streets alike as the leaves turn and colder weather sets in.
For those who like the richness of a brunette, it’s going to be a touch darker than your normal shade. Think deep espresso or milky chocolates, which were a big hit with the likes of Balmain and Alexander Wang at London Fashion Week
It’s all about toning down those steely greys and turning to softer creamier/ chalky tones or even nude tones.
The big trend change is the reds and coppers. Think cinnamon to raspberry, whether it’s a full-on one colour or a take on a balayage, reds always look gorgeous this time of year.
Just remember the cold can play just as much havoc with your hair as the sunshine, so be sure to chose a bond protector when having your hair coloured. Good aftercare, too, will keep your locks looking their best as the weather turns.
We love Schwarzkopf’s Fibreplex Bond Protector and Schwarzkopf’s BC Colour Freeze after-care range.