Autumn hair trends for 2011
When the weather turns towards cooler weather, we make changes in our clothing. Heavier fabrics, darker colors, and closed-toe shoes all signal the end of summer. Setting off the deeper tones of these fashions, deepening our hair color gives us a balance that becomes more flattering to post-summer skin and carries us through the brisk snap of the fall months.
As the self-tanner fades, adding richness to our wardrobes will flatter paler skin tones. Warm Siennas, Golden Ambers, Fiery Coppers, Cinnamon Auburns and Chocolate Browns all bring a glow to the skin. There is a warm color for every skin tone, and your haircolor professional can recommend the best one for you, and the best way to add it into your hair.
Adding a new color can take on a subtle approach, such as weaving the new tone in for a blended effect, or for a bolder look, use a gloss in a honey or copper tone to add shine as well as a radiance of color. And don't forget to treat your hair to a vacation with a lovely drink of moisture and a dose of strengthening with an in-salon treatment--Aveda's new Botanical Hair Therapy restores health and flexibility to summer-stressed strands by 84% with just the first treatment! (For just $15 through the month of September at Atelier Salonspa and Atelier Studio)
Remember to consider your makeup palette when you change your hair color. Again, having a professional take a look at you and your eye color and skin tone is key. Coordinating your new hair color with a new lip color or deeper eye shadow may be just the change you need to stay in step with the changing leaves of autumn.
The Artists at Atelier Salonspa and Atelier Studio
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