Fabulous Fall Hair Color
This entry was posted on September 23, 2011.
As the seasons change and the fall colors begin to show in the trees, mountains, and nature, you may suddenly have the urge to have darker hair. Perhaps you already have black or brown hair, but you want to add some red streaks. Or, if you are blonde, you may want to add in some extensions after your hair is darker that are brown for an incredible do! Whatever you decide, fall definitely initiates change. The changes are for the upcoming new year (yes it will be here before we know it) and perhaps just a need for a little bit of change in our lives.
Let's take a look at some of the hair colors that you could change to today:
1. Be Sassy with Red Hair
Natural red hair can be found on only four percent of people in the world! Most of these exist in the U.K., the Republic of Ireland, and Australia.
The highest percentage of natural redheads in the world is in Scotland (13%), followed closely by Ireland with 10%. In the US, about 2% of the population are natural redheads. (via Red Hair Facts)
This should make us want red hair all the more! Color your hair by implementing Colored Indian Hair Extension Weaves.
As red hair fades you can have your hair stylist touch it up but by using shampoo that makes hair color last longer and leave in conditioner your red hair should last a while. Also because as the days get shorter, this means less sun. Obviously we will miss the sun but if your red locks have less sun exposure, they will last a lot longer as well. Remember to protect and seal your locks!
2. Brunettes are Beautiful
Purchase medium brown Curly Colored Indian Hair Extensions and you'll blend right in with the fashionable fall time. Brown hair is a perfect hair color that simply flatters and brightens up your face. It also goes with a variety of outfits.
No matter what hair color you select, what matters is your happiness and what makes you feel confident. You can always select to get a custom weave or just add on a clip on closure on your hair for some added style.
If you color your hair brown or red, try out a clip on human hair extension ponytail. You'll instantly have added volume and not to mention a fun ponytail that will look fabulous with your dinner ensemble.
If you already have brown hair but it's really long and dried out, get a hair cut with a style such as a bob or collar bone hair length cut. Your ends will no longer have split ends and your hair will be happy and fierce again. Also feel free to change hair color and then implement some hair extensions for more volume. The choice is up to you!
With so many hair colors and styles to play with, there is never enough time. If you decide to switch up your hair color for the fall time be careful to not do it too drastically. If you actually color your hair at a salon, they'll most likely tell you that it's important to gradually darken your hair so it's not damaged. Also, if you decide to go to a much darker color such as black or dark brown, realize that your hair will not be able to be blonde for some time. Hair coloring is a gradual process and it should be, otherwise you'll be left with damaged and dry hair. Keep your hair healthy, implement some extensions into your new hair color and do, and enjoy the fall time!
Have a fantastic weekend,