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Fall Balayage Trends at HC

Alicia Boal

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Best Fall Balayage Trends for 2018

The season of leaves dropping and costume shopping is here—and with it comes an ideal opportunity to test out a new fall balayage trend. The balayage technique is here to stay and we love the way it allows your HC stylist to customize a hair color look just for you. This technique is hand painted, so no more sitting with a head full of foils! The options are endless and ideal for all hair colors. Keep in mind that highlighting with the balayage technique involves lightening your hair, so unless you’re already a blonde, you’ll need to bleach your strands. And the darker your base color, the more it may entail to achieve the highlights you’d like. We’ve rounded up the best balayage highlighting trends with looks from the #MyHCLook photo gallery that features looks created by Hair Cuttery Stylists.

Fall Balayage for Brunettes

Brunette hair with blonde balayage highlights from Hair Cuttery

Brunettes can transform with warm caramel highlights. This is a stunning color idea and it lightens the hair without being too over the top. It isn’t huge hair change but highlights like these will add dimension to your hair. If the warm shades are not for you then cool down your look for the fall. Here we have a hair idea that features light blonde to icy blonde. The blonde tones blend together beautifully and will give your hair a lift.

Fall Balayage for Redheads

The fall is the perfect time to try red hues as warm, coppery tones look super stylish during the season. Here we have a beautiful example of a trendy copper tone for the fall. Hair like this is a great choice if you're ready for a dramatic makeover. You can choose similar tones to the ones featured or light or darker. Either way, colors like this warm up your look for the fall.

Redhead with blonde balayage highlights from Hair Cuttery

Fall Balayage Trend for Blondes

Before and after of blonde balayage highlights from Hair Cuttery

If you love the light blonde hair colors of the summer and are not ready to give them up in the fall, then warming up your root color is the trend for you. The hair is a light brown shade at the root and then gradually turns to blonde. As the blonde starts near the ends of the hair, you still get the light blonde look but it doesn’t look as summery, which is perfect for the new season.

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