It’s officially Fall and after months of rocking summer’s trendiest hair colors, you’re overdue to switch up your locks. Summer is known for neon shade combinations, many taking inspiration from tropical waters and stunning sunsets. Fall, on the other hand, takes from the changing scenery and our favorite holiday—Halloween. Take a look at 10 colorful hair trends made for Fall in the gallery below, then let us know if you’ll be taking our advice and booking a hair appointment in the comments section on social media.
Slime Green and Black
You can thank Billie Eilish for making slime green and black a big beauty trend, although we have to give it to Beetlejuice for first rocking the iconic look. Either way, this color combo is super hot right now and perfect for the spooky season.
A balayge of auburns, oranges, reds and yellows is a perfect way to match the changing leaves—even if you’re living in a place without seasons.
Pumpkin spice hair can be achieved by having a blend of browns, oranges and highlights of yellow. And I don’t need to tell you that this look is just as delicious as Fall’s signature beverage.
Rose gold has been a big trend for years and it shows no signs of slowing down. If you’re a blondie who wants to play with warmth without going full Ariel, rose gold can be a great way for you to have fun with your hair this season.
Summer gave us bright and bold rainbows, but Fall has us craving something a little darker. A rainbow that skews dark is a great way to transition to Fall without settling for boring or basic hair.
Cheryl Blossum, is that you? Copper is the perfect shade if you’re looking for that natural, but not natural look, as only a very small percentage of the world is born with this stunning color.
Mustard and dull yellows will continue to shine through the fall, especially since they compliment the Fall foliage so perfectly.
Channel your inner Elphaba with a deep, sinister and bewitching green.
Just like the tasty treat, this color is rich, decadent and totally irresistible.
If you’re going for Fall hair, why not go all the way with a split orange and black do? After all, they do say “Fortune favors the bold.”