With each change in the season also come changes in trends for clothing and hairstyles. If you want to keep up to date with your look, it will be important to learn about the hair color trends for fall and winter. As summer soon comes to a close, there are new trends appearing when it comes to hair for both male and females.
Regardless of the current trends, it is also important to remember that your skin tone and eye color will have an impact on the hair color that you should choose. Following every new trend blindly without consideration of your skin tone and hair type can lead to disaster. Just because something is “hot” right now does not mean that it’s going to be best for you.
It’s important to first learn about the trends and then to make the right decision about the one that is best for you. Dying your hair is one way you can achieve an instant makeover. It can completely change the way you look or it can be used just for subtle highlights to accent your features.
For fall and winter seasons, it’s all about the subtle changes such as highlights or coloring that is close to your natural shade. Hair highlights and lowlights are a great way to bring out your features, such as your eyes.
Caramel and honey colored highlights are great for people with blonde hair. Different shades of blonde can benefit from highlights and lowlights in these shades. They help break the monotony of a single shade of blonde and also give you a more natural look.
Another popular shade if you are looking to change the overall color instead of just highlights is copper. Copper has been hot throughout the summer and it will remain a popular shade throughout the rest as well. It’s a great look because it can go with all skin types and it looks great on all different types of hair styles and cuts.
If you’re brunette and want a change but don’t want to go too drastic, consider a base of dark chocolate with some golden brown highlights. For fine or limp hair, start the highlights at the mid section of the hair to give the appearance of more volume.
If you’re a redhead, there are great shades for you this season, too. Try mahogany tones or even plum or hazelnut. Redheads do well with an all over color as opposed to just highlights as it blends better with their skin tone.
Now that you can see what the current and upcoming hair color trends for fall and winter 2010 will be, you no longer have to be worried about having a boring shade or the wrong shade. Your hair can look fabulous all year long!