7 Hair Trends You Should Try This Fall

Fall is fast-approaching and it will soon be time to swap your bathing suits for turtlenecks. With a wardrobe change, you can bet most of our curl friends will be looking for a change in hairstyles as well. Here’s one way to embrace the change in seasons with a list of hair colors that scream pumpkin patches and hot cider.

Skintone Complementing Brunette

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@maurachanz – This rich brown shade complements her skin tone, creating a monochromatic look that enhances her skin’s beautiful glow.


@ohhthatsjustflash – This two-toned look will never go out of style. It gives such a pretty blonde in the light and yet has a chocolate-look in the shadow.

Deep Eggplant

@dayelasoul – Curls look amazing in bold jewel tones and what better time than to try this look than in the Fall season? This dark purple will make your eyes stand out – no matter the color.

Burgundy Coils

@sweetestsaranade proves that grown-out roots work great with a colorful look. This burgundy color, styled in ringlets screams Fall season to me!

Shades of Gray Anyone?

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@itstoian has gray done right. This look is a chic, toned-down way to wear an unconventional color. This style is perfect for any hair length.

Mermaid Blue

7 Hair Trends You Should Try This Fall

@simik77 – Remember when blue hair used to be considered grunge? Well, this hair color is very popular right now- whether turquoise, aqua, navy or cobalt, it works with any skin tone.

Warm Autumn Lights

If your hair is already a rich, dark brown, try warm-toned streaks to instantly give it more dimension like @christinavega_. When choosing a color as highlight in the fall, darker, richer tones such as caramel, chestnut, chocolate and auburn are the way to go.

Whatever your color choice, remember that curls just want to have fun!

Candace Gordon

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Candace is a natural beauty enthusiast from Jamaica, currently residing in Canada. She’s been natural since 2013 and is constantly trying to learn more about natural hair. Candace loves to share information about hair health and wellness. When she’s not busy juggling everyday life, she’s working on her YouTube channel or watching The Walking Dead. Connect with Candace on Instagram!

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