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You may have fully switched over your closet to sweaters and boots, but unless your hair also got its seasonal update — it isn’t really fall. To help you find your next colorway, we spoke to industry experts on what new dye job you should consider trying to effortlessly complement the season. Read below for their top color picks!


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Champagne Pop

“Blush tones can be added to the lightest blond client or used all over to give an easy twist to your signature blonde look. This hue is both warm and cool, so it looks good on any skin tone even without your summer tan,” says Rex Jimieson, color educator and colorist at Maxine Salon.


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Spiced Chestnut

“Chestnut hair is trending because it’s reminiscent of classic fall and breathes life into brunette shades. Its cinnamon tone makes hair look bright and healthy and brings the seasonal warmth we know and love,” says Jonathan Colombini, L’Oréal Paris celebrity stylist.


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“Caramel ribbon bronde is a popular color right now because it’s a rich golden chocolate base color with ribbons of honey and caramel highlights, that can be either cool or warm depending on your complexion,” says Rita Hazan, a celebrity hair colorist.


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Ginger Snap

“Warmer tones are always more popular in the fall, and since ginger snap is in the copper family, it’s a more natural tone as opposed to the more eggplant shades of red. So, it works best on those with fair skin, and might make people think it’s your natural shade,” says Felicia Dosso, colorist at Nunzio Saviano NYC.


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Deep-Sea Black

“It’s smart to transition into this dramatic color during the cooler months to prevent fading due to sun exposure. Deep-sea black is so dark it has an underlying shade of blue,” says Karissa Schaudt, colorist at Maxine Salon. She suggests asking your colorist to “deposit only with a demi or semi-permanent color line.”

xx, The FabFitFun Team