Hair Color You'll Dye For This Season
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By Carly Cardellino for Cosmopolitan
Whether you have blonde hair, red hair, or brown hair, Amy Huson, colorist at Marie Robinson Salon in New York City, says there are hot new colors for every shade this fall and winter. (She even gives tips on how to score each hue by looking for certain terms on your favorite drugstore box kits.) Her advice: Richen up the color and you'll be golden.
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Creamy Yellow2 of 9
Okay, this hair color might sound scary, but it's not. It's actually quite beautiful, as you can see here on Kate Upton. "Kate's blonde is a pale, golden yellow—a shade you can sport if you're already blonde. All you need to do is add golden tones to your already light hue," says Huson. Look for terms like "lightest golden" on at-home box kits.
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Light Brown With Blonde Contrast3 of 9
If you don't want an all-over light brown hue, follow Jennifer Lawrence's lead. "The dark and light blend makes for a dramatic pop," Huson says. Already have the same base color as J. Law? Adding highlights brightens up your face. Look for terms like "light neutral brown" on at-home kits, and use a highlighting kit to add contrasting pieces.
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Honey Blonde4 of 9
For a deeper blonde hair color, follow Nicole Richie's cue: She has a tiny shadow at the root, which instantly darkens her overall hue. Look for terms like "medium honey blonde" on at-home box kits.
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Champagne-y Red5 of 9
If you're a darker blonde and want to see how you feel as a sexy siren like Jessica Chastain, Huson recommends going for a champagne-y red shade. "You can go to this shade easily from your previous hair color and not feel like you've done too much of a crazy change." Look for terms like "copper and strawberry" on at-home box kits.
Medium Chocolate Brown6 of 9
We wouldn't consider Jessica Alba's hair color ombré, however it does have a soft fade into a lighter caramel-based color. "This combo is perfect if you don't want to make a dramatic change, but want your ends to be somewhat noticeably lighter," explains Huson. Look for terms like "medium-to-light brown" on at-home box kits, and then go for a caramel highlighting kit to lighten up your hair from the midshaft down to the ends.
Brunette Bombshell7 of 9
Rich, chocolate brown hair with golden strands woven in toward the ends give a fresh twist on brunette hair color for fall. Look for terms like "rich, chocolate brown with golden tones" on at-home box kits. The golden tones won't show up as much as they do on Jessica Biel (hers is professionally colored), but your hair will look multi-dimensional.
Deepest Warm Brown8 of 9
"Some may think Kerry Washington's color is pushing black, but it actually incorporates the subtlest tones of a natural lightness," says Huson. If you want to go dark but not fully, add caramel highlights in here and there to add instant dimension. Look for terms like "deepest brown, brown/black" on at-home box kits, and then pick up a caramel-colored highlighting kit.
Warm Black9 of 9
"The warm highlights keep Jenna Ushkowitz's hair color from looking too harsh," explains Huson. "It's a safer black to go with because it flatters the majority of skin tones." Look for terms like "soft black" on at-home box kits.