It’s getting crisper on the streets of Vancouver, and we are surrounded on all sides by inspiration for change. Warm tones rule the looks this fall, and there’s a new second day hairdo in town. Here’s how you can update your look for autumn:
Fall Hair Colour Update
Blonde. Rich beige and creamy blonde will take over this summer’s silvery tones. As we wear more charcoal in our fall wardrobe, adding a contrast in our blonde balayage brings warmth to our skin and brightens our eyes. Try some lowlights or toning your ashy blonde to a more creamy vanilla to break up the grey hues.
Bayalage. Caramel and honey tones applied in a balayage can brighten and soften your look with out the damage of the lighter, brighter blonde. Honey blondes compliment all skin tones and keeps your look fresh and soft for winter. Pair with a choppy long bob to be on the cutting edge of style this season.
Brunette. Rich, deep chocolates are always a fall/winter go to! These deep tones can be enhanced with gold, red or brown to bring out your natural brightness. If you’re tired of going lighter, why not try out Ashy Brown as an autumn alternative?
The New Ponytail
Take a cue from top trending hair stylists, MUA’s and fashionistas to try out a top knot, half up look this fall. Its has become the new ponytail and will be everywhere this season. Add a braid to really make your style stand out!
Fall Style Essentials
Whatever you do with your hair this fall, make sure you’ve got these three essentials to keep your look on point: an over-sized patterned scarf, a deep red matte lipstick and a curling wand. Texture rules this season, so put some waves in those locks, swipe on your liquid lipstick and bundle up in that blanket scarf! Looks like you’re ready for class.
Hair Blog contributor: Elissa Wolfe, JCI HAD Grad & Instructor
Hair Stylists and Colour Technicians are sought out in some of the most exciting and fast-paced industries in the world including film, fashion, TV and photography. The Hair Art Design Program at JCI is the only accredited hair school in BC approved for a 520-hour curriculum. The program is 20 hours per week and offers the option of morning, afternoon, evening or weekend classes so that students can work at their current jobs while retraining for a new career. Our faculty is comprised of top working professionals and guest instructors whose focus is on the future of hair. This is a modern hair styling course providing a strong foundation of cutting and colouring techniques.