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3 Winter Haircolor Trends To Try

“As the seasons change, so should your haircolor,” says Redken Celebrity Colorist, Tracey Cunningham. Shades of haircolor that may work well with a bronzed summer glow may no longer be your perfect hue in the cooler months when your skin tone can lighten one or two shades. To help achieve a fresh new look that will transition into fall and winter – just as your closet makes the switch, too! – Tracey uses Redken’s revolutionary color formulas to create her favorite haircolor trends for Fall/Winter 2016.

 

Winter 2016 Trend #1Sophisticated Blonde

 

“I love an all-over creamy blonde for fall and winter. In the summer clients can keep their blonde with more roots and less highlight maintenance; however for fall and winter I love a deeper, manicured blonde with more complete color coverage. Charlize Theron is a perfect fall blonde – sophisticated and more put together than a summery beach blonde.” 

Winter 2016 Trend #2Rich Red                                 

“Bryce Dallas Howard does my perfect fall red – so warm and rich. A pop of chestnut in the hair creates a smoldering red that radiates its own heat as the temperatures drop. A deep red created with Shades EQ Gloss complements light or fair skin tones while adding amazing condition and shine to the hair.”

Winter 2016 Trend #3Brunette Babylights

“Warm babylights give brunettes the perfect ‘pick me up’ by boosting skin tone, especially in the cooler fall and winter months. Mandy Moore’s babylights easily soften her monochromatic brunette color, but the placement and tone of the color makes her hair feel warm and seductive, not beachy.”

At your next salon appointment, leave the chair looking and feeling like a celebrity by asking your colorist about Tracey’s trends. To continue to protect your haircolor after your service, Tracey recommends using Redken Color Extend Magnetics Sulfate-Free Haircare or Blonde Idol Haircare to seal in color and deliver maximum vibrancy and shine.

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