Best fall hair colors for 2020
It’s time for your next dye job.
There is unfortunately no way for me to stop asking my stylist to give me blonde hair every six months (and to be told no, every six months), but at least I still can. pining for celebrities and their ever-changing hair colors. As the seasons go by, I think we’ll all want to make an appointment at the show and make a difference. Before you know it, you’ll be swapping sarongs for sweaters, sandals for duck boots, so why not add a little dye touch-up to the list? Whether you want to mimic the fall vibe on your head, like, say, go super dark or red for Thanksgiving, or you can brighten up a cold season, hello, tan! To help get you started on your new color scheme, we asked New York colourist Stephanie Brown her best bets for fall. From Bey-inspired honey browns to Megan Rapinoe ™, your next dye job awaits.
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Doesn’t the cold make you sensual and a little mysterious? Think of black, not blue-black, but nothing in the sun. A warmer shade helps the look look less like a wig and more like a new attitude, and will help avoid those horrible “Oh, you dyed your hair” conversations.
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For a bolder look, the chopped strands help this dark look to become as cool as it gets.
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The shag is here to stay, so wear darker bangs like Instagram villain Orion Carloto. Nothing says rocker chick more than a dark layered ‘do.
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The most beautiful human in the world wears this style, which means you should try the warm brunette look as well. Brown recommends that medium brunettes add a few cinnamon ombre chunks. “You don’t want to overdo it because you don’t want the hair to look brassy, so a few pops of this warm color will light up your face,” says Brown. “It adds dimension to make the hair look fuller and shinier.”
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To add dimension to the waves, Zendaya rocked the tanned look with a subtle ombre at the end of her long hair.
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Kaling also worked warmer tones in her dark hair. Adding a rich texture is an easy way to update your beauty aesthetic for the new season.
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Eva Longoria is another shade enthusiast. Her cinnamon color brought a new element to her trendy bob.
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To really make her pop, Halle Bailey added some honey tones to her hair. If the Little Mermaid can do it, so can you.
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Cinnamon streaks have also found their way into Jenna Dewan’s sleek brown bob.
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A pinch of cinnamon gives Aldridge a definite edge.
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Ombré d’Alba mixes several fall colors for an effortless stopover in September.
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“We’ll still see a lot of mushroom blondes and dirty brunettes,” says Brown. “While ‘bronde’ has always had more golden tones, mushroom blonde tends to be more neutral with some lighter / woven ombre highlights.”
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Nothing says “French girl chic” like super natural blonde hair. The highlights and subtle highlights really complete the look.
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Bienne also recently emitted “dirty brunette” vibes via her must-have wavy locks.
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Lively’s latest look is less daringly blonde and more in tune with the mushroom blonde moment.
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Waterhouse has also adopted a hairstyle that is part of the thriving mushroom blonde family.
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Sarah Jessica Parker
SJP has often straddled the line between blonde and brunette manes.
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Beckinsale is ready for fall with her ombre highlights.
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“For dark, almost black brunettes, go for an almost golden shade for the hair,” says Brown. Brown cautions you to be careful not to go for the eggplants, which are rather purple. It is best to make sure that your colorist does not add red to the hair.
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Thompson regularly showcases her darker outfit in a variety of styles, providing major fall hair inspiration.
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Is there really a time when Kunis’ dark locks aren’t glowing?
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Shahidi’s shiny curls are an example of shapely hair color.
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Some rich weak spots can be found in the Joan the Virgin lead locks.
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When the Duchess of Sussex’s hair isn’t in a smooth or messy bun, her subtle highlights are on full display.
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Lizzo’s luscious locks completed her glamorous Old Hollywood look at the 2020 Grammys.
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Red always has a time in fall, and fall 2019 (and 2020) is no different. Brown recommends coppery colors to match the changing leaves, but bright, rich deep oranges are also a fun option.
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Stone worked several shades of red hair. Her latest is a softer version of the fiery hue.
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Bosworth’s red streaks are more on the copper side of things, which is an upward color trend.
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The actor hasn’t turned red in a few years, but his distinct shade of bright orange is fresh.
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If you’re considering going red, who better to use as a visualization board material than Rihanna at the 2015 Met Gala?
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