BYE BYE SUMMER.... HELLO FALL! How To Transition Your Hair Color From Summer to Fall

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BYE BYE SUMMER.. HELLO JEFFREY STEIN SALON

Fall is the ideal time to make some much needed hair changes.  There is no better place than Jeffrey Stein Salon.  We asked our expert stylists on what changes they would recommend for this season change.  

 

Here is what they had to say….

 

For Hair That Is Dark Brown...

 

Our stylists recommend that instead of going lighter, why not work on enhancing your hair's beautiful, natural depth? For a brunette, lowlights are an easy way to give shine, tone, and depth to subtly enhance brown hair.  Lowlights paired with a killer haircut will add strategic shine and depth to your layers.

 

For Hair That Is Medium Brown...

 

Our stylists recommend creating a warmer look for fall by using a demi-permanent gloss with rich amber or chestnut tones.  If your not into warmer tones, try a cooler-based brown with super-subtle violet tones. Cooler browns look great with a contrast of fall fashion looks.

 

For Hair That Is Light Brown...

 

Our stylists recommend creating more of an all over dimension and tonal change by adding ribbons of warmer highlights that don't reach all the way to the root and are hidden in the interior of your hair.  Jeffrey Stein Salon colorists do this with balayage hair painting to get away from the harsh lines that foils can create. The placement is more organic than with foils too.

For Hair That Has Ombré Highlights...

 

It is probably time for a change when ombré starts looking less like a gradual fade and more like two-tone hair.  If your ombré starts looking too dip-dyed, add a few soft pieces highlights to help connect the top with the bottom Another idea is to try a glaze with some gold in it to make the ends look less bleached-out and more natural.

 

For Hair That Has Blond Highlights...

 

Summer highlights are coming to an end.  So what better idea than to replace any chunky, over bleached blond highlights with ones that are subtle and frame your face, to transition your hair color for fall.  Tone down old highlights with a golden gloss to give your hair a luxurious and healthy glow, then add in some paper-thin highlights which will add dimension and enhance your look in a natural way.

 

For Hair That Is Natural Blond...

 

Chlorine, salt, and UV rays can do the worst damage on blonds. Get a Jeffrey Stein Salon detoxifying treatment to remove minerals and buildup, then apply a shiny gloss to seal and revive naturally sun-bleached hair.  In addition, our stylists can add some lighter blond highlights around your hairline so it frames your face.